We already knew what time Alabama would kickoff the season against Wisconsin, but the next two game times have now been announced.

The Crimson Tide's will start the year with two out of three games being played at night. The Advocare Classic with Alabama and Wisconsin will air on ABC at 7:00 PM/CT, and the SEC opener on September 19 against Ole Miss will begin at 8:15 PM/CT and air on ESPN.

In between those two high-profile matchups, Alabama will host its first game inside Bryant-Denny Stadium against Middle Tennessee State. That September 12 game will kickoff in the middle of the afternoon at 3 PM/CT and be televised by the SEC Network. That game will most likely have the hottest temperature of the season at kickoff so be prepared.

The Southeastern Conference announced the start times for 32 games on Thursday, which included the first three weeks of the season. The schedule will open on Thursday, Sept. 3, with two non-conference matchups: the Belk College Kickoff Game in Charlotte, N.C. featuring North Carolina vs. South Carolina on ESPN at 6 p.m. ET, followed by Western Kentucky at Vanderbilt on SEC Network at 8 p.m. Within the first three weeks, every SEC football team will play on SEC Network.