Tide Uninterested and it Showed

Alabama played terribly especially on offense all night against a severely out manned Chattanooga Mocs team.   Clearly they just didn’t want to be there.    These games happen from time to time and there are some reasons.  The lower tier Mocs squad is a very good football team, they…

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Pandemonium in College Football

On a weekend where the #2, #3 and #4 teams all lost in stunning upsets Alabama gave the committee one easy choice by demolishing a rising Mississippi State team,  almost using them as practice fodder to prepare for stronger competition ahead. I don’t recall a time where Alabama went into…

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Defense Dominates LSU for the Win

It was another Classic Bama-LSU game in Death Valley Saturday night.  While LSU fired their coach earlier in the season for all that Les Miles had done wrong in his tenure no one can accuse him of failing to recruit talent.  The speed and strength of the LSU defense was…

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Bama Wins but Dark Clouds are On the Horizon

While it’s great that Alabama faced a talented, undefeated, and very determined and rested A&M squad and dominated them statistically first and eventually on the scoreboard the loss of All-American safety Eddie Jackson could end up being a fatal blow.   Jacksons leadership on defense and explosiveness on special teams…

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Alabama Demolishes Tennessee

Alabama’s defense utterly dominated Tennessee’s jekel and Hyde offense for 60 minutes.  Their only touchdown came after collecting a Jalen Hurts fumble in the red zone.   The game was relatively close at the half and with UT’s history of second half comebacks Alabama continued working in the third quarter.  When…

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