Alabama and West Virginia will meet for the first time when they open the 2014 season in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in Atlanta. Alabama coach Nick Saban said in a statement...

"The Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is an outstanding event and we look forward to opening the 2014 season in Atlanta," "The exposure for our football players and our program is tremendous and it is a great experience for our fans. This will be the sixth time we have played a nonconference game at a neutral site, and the fourth time at Atlanta."
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen said in the statement...

"Alabama is one of the top teams in college football history, and it will be a tough challenge for us."

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LsuSaintsMan145 months
We need to get signed up with a PAC 12 team again and get back into Cowboys Stadium
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ParkSlopeTiger145 months
We need to schedule more of these early neutral site games against teams that we should beat. Obviously advantageous for recruiting. Heck, call UCLA tell them we want a home and away, and start stealing some SoCal talent
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BaylorTiger145 months
Great reason why the BIG 12 pick-up of WVU was a positive...GREAT SEC Matchups and Exposure early in the season...

Will they win? Anything's possible...

Hats off to WVU for having the balls to schedule potential Nat Champs every year.
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