How do you get to Alabama?
The quickest route is approimently 20 and a half miles or around 27 minutes.
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University of Alabama Auburn University Samford University Alabama A&M University of North Alabama University of West Alabama University of South Alabama Alabama State University University of Mobile
Other states tend to border Alabama. Florida is south of Alabama, Tennessee is north of Alabama and Georgia is east of Alabama.
Alabama was named after the Alabama River. The Alabama River was named after a tribe of Native Americans called the Alibamu.
There is no province of Alabama. Alabama is a U.S. state.
It is in Huntsville, Alabama
The Alabama Exploration is exactly what it sounds like. The Alabama Exploration was an exploration of the state of Alabama.
no it isn't! The University of Alabama is the "big" college in Alabama
The University of Alabama is located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, which is about 45 minutes from Birmingham, Alabama.
Alabama 53, Union 0 Alabama 50, Birmingham-Southern 7 Alabama 42, LSU 0 Alabama 27, Sewanee 0 Alabama 7, Georgia Tech 0 Alabama 6, Mississippi State 0 Alabama 31, Kentucky 0 Alabama 34, Florida 0 Alabama 27, Georgia 0 Alabama 20, Washington 19 (Rose Bowl)
Interstate 65 will take you from Mobile Alabama to Birmingham Alabama.
There are no subways in Alabama.
There are no oceans IN Alabama. Alabama borders the Gulf of Mexico.
As of the 2008 season: 1941 - Alabama 21, Miami 7 1947 - Alabama 21, Miami 6 1952 - Alabama 21, Miami 7 1954 - Miami 23, Alabama 7 1955 - Miami 34, Alabama 12 1962 - Alabama 36, Miami 3 1963 - Alabama 17, Miami 12 1968 - Alabama 14, Miami 6 1969 - Alabama 42, Miami 6 1970 - Alabama 32, Miami 8 1971 - Alabama 31, Miami 3 1973 - Alabama 43… Read More
Yes, the Crimson Tide operates out of Tuscaloosa, Alabama where the University of Alabama is located.
There are about 258.5 miles between Birmingham, Alabama and Mobile, Alabama.
It is derived from the Alabama Indians of the area that became Alabama.
Alabama results are that John McCain won Alabama.
Georgia is east of Alabama. Mississippi is west of Alabama.
Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama.
Alabama lake and Alabama river
Alabama became the 22nd state to join the Union when it was admitted on December 14, 1819. Montgomery is the Capital city in Alabama. Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama. Auburn and the University of Alabama are major universities in Alabama. Alabama has a population of approximately 4,800,000 as of July 1, 2015.
Alabama IS a state.
Alabama = AL
The Alabama Indians.
The Alabama Indians.
No. Alabama is in the US.
no alabama does not have a dessert
A is the letter that represents Alabama because Alabama has four A's in it
Alabama A & M is located in Madison County, Alabama.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham is located in the state of Alabama.
The University of Alabama in Huntsville is located in the state of Alabama.
The University of North Alabama is located in the state of Alabama.
The University of South Alabama is located in the state of Alabama.
Actually it is not Auburn.... The correct answer is Tennessee Alabama Tennessee-91 Alabama-Auburn-74 Alabama-LSU-73 Alabama-Ole Miss-56
Crimson and white (University of Alabama), Black and gold (Alabama State University), Purple and gold (University of North Alabama), Red, white, and blue (University of South Alabama), Red and white (University of West Alabama)
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University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa Calhoun Community College in Decatur University of North Alabama in Florence Alabama State University in Montgomery Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville University of West Alabama in Livingston University of North Alabama in Florence University of South Alabama in Mobile
Through the 2008 season, Alabama and Notre Dame have met 6 times with Alabama winning once. 1973: ND 24, Alabama 23 1975: ND 13, Alabama 11 1976: ND 21, Alabama 18 1980: ND 7, Alabama 0 1986: Alabama 28, ND 10 1987: ND 37, Alabama 6
Birmingham, Alabama is approximately 93 miles away from Montgomery, Alabama. The halfway point between Montgomery and Birmingham is Collins Chapel, Alabama.
As of the 2008 season, Alabama has played in 12 Sugar Bowls and their record is 8-4. 1945 - Duke 29, Alabama 26 1948 - Texas 27, Alabama 7 1962 - Alabama 10, Arkansas 3 1964 - Alabama 12, Mississippi 7 1967 - Alabama 34, Nebraska 7 1973 - Notre Dame 24, Alabama 23 1975 - Alabama 13, Penn State 6 1978 - Alabama 35, Ohio State 6 1979 - Alabama 14, Penn State 7… Read More
To drive from Montgomery, Alabama to Birmingham, Alabama, it will take 1 hour and 28 minutes.
There is no city in Alabama named Mesa. there are also no communities in Mobile,Alabama named Mesa, so the no, its not near Mesa
There are a lot more than two universities in Alabama, but you are probably referring to Auburn University and the University of Alabama which are the largest two research universities in Alabama. Some other universities in Alabama: Troy University University of Alabama at Birmingham University of South Alabama Jacksonville State University University of Alabama in Huntsville University of North Alabama Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University Alabama State University University of West Alabama Samford University Athens… Read More
Both Florida and Georgia are east of Alabama. The capital of Alabama is Montgomery.
Alabama is a noun because it is the name of a place. Alabama is a proper noun.
There are 2 Hoover's in Alabama, one in Madison County and one in Jefferson County. Hoover, Alabama in Madison County is 162.94 miles away from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Hoover, Alabama in Jefferson County is 53.33 miles away from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. I hope I could help!!