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24th November
written by Linda Fisher

Roll Tide Everyone!

Alabama finishes the regular season on the road against in state rival Auburn with the SEC Western Division title on the line.  Game time is 2:30 PM.  Be sure to come out to our official watch locations and support BAMA and the local Chicago Alumni Chapter.  Stop by our table for memberships and BAMA merchandise.  You may get some early Christmas shopping done.  All proceeds support our Chapter scholarships.

TIDE TRIVIA: Alabama and Auburn football teams had a 41 year gap in playing each other.  Was the gap just in football?


If you’re planning on watching the game in the Chicagoland area, please join us at any of our three University of Alabama Alumni locations which are the only locations that support our scholarship funds.

The Houndstooth is located at 3369 N Clark St. The Houndstooth’s web site for further details is  Be sure to arrive early to ensure getting a table.

Old Town Social is located at 455 W. North Avenue, Chicago, IL 60610 and is easily accessible via the CTA brown line or red line. Their website is You can reserve a table or a booth in advance if you’d like. The booths are for parties with at least 5 or more people that seat 6-8 people comfortably with your own booth television and sound.
In the suburbs, Another Round, is located at 5141 Main Street in Downers Grove. Another Round’s web site is Go to the far left as you enter for the watch area.

Both Old Town Social and Another Round are open to guests under 21.


Roll Tide Chicago 2017-18 memberships are available at these three official watch locations.  Memberships are as follows:

White level (single) – $25 and includes one shirt

Crimson level (dual) – $40 and includes two shirts

Houndstooth level (family) – $60 and includes four shirts

Single shirt purchase (non member) – $30 each

Additional shirt purchase (member) – $20

If you need to reach us or have any questions prior to the game, please visit our web site at or send us an email at

TRIVIA ANSWER:   No, the universities did not compete with each other in football, basketball, track, and baseball, with the exception of 2 post season tournaments.

Jack Ayers, President, Rolltidechicago
Linda Fisher, Vice President, Rolltidechicago


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