There has been a lot of news surrounding Alabama’s future schedules on Saturday, with reports that the Tide are targeting home-and-home series with teams like Texas and Notre Dame.

Now, it appears they’re also going to open the 2020 season against a big-name foe.

According to Jim Dunaway of JOX, the Tide are going to start the 2020 season against USC, with that game taking place in Dallas:

Alabama opened the 2016 season against USC, too, so that would be a fun rematch to see. That game sent the Tide rolling on a year in which they lost to Clemson in the title game.

However, Nick Saban and company would hope to have a different outcome to their season after opening against USC this time around, if indeed the 2020 game does come through.