All about the College football schedule for the year 2022

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  • Alabama had 2 big wins against Louisiana Monroe and Utah State in the past weekend.
  • College Football Playoff National Championship is used to determine a national champion of the NCAA.
  • The game will start on the third Sept. between Alabama and Utah State
  • Alabama football team has its first game against Arkansas on Saturday, Oct. 1

This year Alabama enters 2022 college football with a fresh start to take revenge for a loss from Georgia in last season’s thrilling College Football Playoff national championship game.

Alabama went 13-2 last season, taking it to the CFP championship for the 6th  time in the  8th season before losing to Georgia.

This year, Quarterback Bryce Young makes headlines as an impressive group of returners for the Crimson Tide

This year game

The Alabama football team has its first game against Arkansas on Saturday, Oct. 1. The game will start on 2:30 p.m. at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, as per the reports. The last time Arkansas won against  Alabama was Sept. 2006 as the Razorbacks barely beat Crimson Tide in Fayetteville.

No. 2 Alabama will this year face No. 10 Arkansas, which is in its 3rd year.

In this season, Alabama had 2 big wins against Louisiana Monroe and Utah State this past weekend.

Arkansas had a strong two-game with a win over against then a ranked Cincinnati team and South Carolina. The Razorbacks had a surprising game against Missouri State before Arkansas collected itself and closed out the game with a win.

However, The Razorbacks have another game also against a ranked opponent before it faces Alabama. First, Arkansas will match with Texas A&M on Sept. 24.

The match can be watched on CBS.

Alabama football schedule ( 2022 ): Times, Dates, TV channels, Locations

vs. Utah StateW, 55-0Saturday, Sept. 37:30 p.m.SEC NetworkTuscaloosa, Ala.
vs. TexasW, 20-19Saturday, Sept. 1012 p.m.FOXAustin, Texas
vs. ULMW, 63-7Saturday. Sept. 174 p.m.SEC NetworkTuscaloosa, Ala.
vs. Vanderbilt Saturday, Sept. 247:30 p.m.SEC NetworkTuscaloosa, Ala.
vs. Arkansas Saturday, Oct. 13:30CBSFayetteville, Ark.
vs. Texas A&M Saturday, Oct. 8TBATBATuscaloosa, Ala
vs. Tennessee Saturday, Oct. 15TBATBAKnoxville, Tenn.
vs. Mississippi State Saturday, Oct. 29TBATBATuscaloosa, Ala.
vs. LSU Saturday, Nov. 5TBATBABaton Rouge, La.
vs. Ole Miss Saturday, Nov. 12TBATBAOxford, Miss.
vs. Austin Peay Saturday, Nov. 1912 p.m.ESPN+/SEC NetworkTuscaloosa, Ala.
vs. Austin Peay Saturday, Nov. 26TBATBATuscaloosa, Ala.

Note – All TBAs are as of Aug. 9, 2022

What is College Football Playoff National Championship?

The College Football Playoff National Championship is a post-season college football bowl game and it is used to determine a national champion of the NCAA.

The game serves as the final of the College Football Playoff, which is a bracket tournament between the top 4 teams in the country as determined by a selection committee.

The participating teams in the College Football Playoff National Championship are basically determined by 2 semi-final games, which are organized by an annual rotation of bowls generally known as New Year’s Six. Thus, the teams to compete in the finals are not directly selected by a selection committee, as had been the format used for the BCS National Championship Game.

These matches are played at a neutral site, which is determined through bids by prospective host cities

The winner is awarded the College Football Playoff National Championship Trophy, which is sponsored by Dr Pepper

In addition to the above, College Football Playoff National Championship is not awarded by NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association ). Division, I Football Championship Subdivision is the Highest level of college football that NCCA gives and awards in the championship

Game Results of past years

SeasonDateWinning teamLosing teamVenue
2014January 12, 2015No. 4 Ohio State42No. 2 Oregon20AT&T Stadium
2015January 11, 2016No. 2 Alabama45No. 1 Clemson40State Farm Stadium
2016January 9, 2017No. 2 Clemson35No. 1 Alabama31Raymond James Stadium
2017January 8, 2018No. 4 Alabama26No. 3 Georgia23Mercedes-Benz Stadium
2018January 7, 2019No. 2 Clemson44No. 1 Alabama16Levi’s Stadium
2019January 13, 2020No. 1 LSU42No. 3 Clemson25Caesars Superdome
2020January 11, 2021No. 1 Alabama52No. 3 Ohio State24Hard Rock Stadium
2021January 10, 2022No. 3 Georgia33No. 1 Alabama18Lucas Oil Stadium