UA Finds Hilarious Way to Promote Socially-Distant Football Watch Parties
On the last Roll Tide Friday prior to the opening of the 2020 SEC football season, the University of Alabama released a video on how all Bama fans can have a safe game day experience, no matter where they are watching.
Most fans won’t get the chance to make it into Tuscaloosa’s Bryant-Denny Stadium this season due to the coronavirus pandemic, so what measures can they take at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19?
The clip, entitled Coach Capstone: Watch Parties, is hosted and led by “Watch Party Specialist” Coach Capstone. Dressed in the finest visor, Bama polo and headset with a handlebar mustache that would make any coordinator proud, Coach provides multiple game notes and formations on how fans can keep themselves and their watch party crews safe while the Tide rolls on television.
Watch the full video here:
To keep everyone safe, the University is placing a large weight on physical or social distancing during gatherings. The University of Alabama has been an active participant in ensuring safety for its students and loyal fans during all the SEC sporting events that they oversee.
Alabama’s first SEC matchup comes on the road against the Missouri Tigers in Columbia this Saturday. Coverage of the game can be found on Tide 100.9 all gameday long, in addition to ESPN coverage starting at 6 p.m. CST.
COVID-19 data and information for the state of Alabama are consistently updated on the UA System COVID-19 Dashboard website.