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October 24, 2014    
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Are you kidding me!
Everybody who saw that coming raise your hand!Alabama just wandered back it the playoff picture.  

OCT18:  At Home Again
OCT12:  Happy
OCT10:  On the Road Again

Alabama Football
This Alabama offense has struggled on the road this season. In their two road games, the Tide have failed to break 20 points . . .

Some around the team have said Alabama's much-improved defensive line was the impetus behind all the energy against Texas A&M . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Maybe this week other "what ifs" become big plays and the Volunteers are able to move the ball for multiple scoring drives . . .
Rocky Top News

Starting quarterback Justin Worley's status remains unknown heading into the 6:30 p.m. Saturday visit from No. 4 Alabama . . .
Huntsville Times

He's fair game for boos and hisses and snarky signs Saturday night, no matter how foolish any continued disgust for him in Knoxville may be . . .
Birmingham News

Alabama is second in avoiding sacks, having given up only seven for 50 yards . . .
Bama Magazine

The game, which is dubbed the "Third Saturday in October" but is sometimes played on the fourth Saturday of the month, dates back to the first meeting of the teams in 1901 . . .
Crimson White

Saturday's kickoff against Tennessee is set for 6:30 p.m. CT on ESPN2. Joe Tessitore will handle the play-by-play duties with Brock Huard as the analyst and Shannon Spake on the sidelines . . .
University of Alabama

Ragland, a 6-2, 257-pounder from Madison, is impacting the Crimson Tide defense a little more every week . . .
Dothan Eagle

It boiled down to him hoping all of his backups, not just the ones who have had a taste of significant playing time, continue to prepare as if they're just one play away from seeing the field . . .
Huntsville Times

Even sometimes last year, I wasn't getting the amount of playing reps that I wanted, but it's all about time . . .
Mobile Press-Register

If you are a Tennessee fan or lived in Knoxville at the time, you knew where you were the night of Kiffin's departure . . .
Bleacher Report

Against No. 3 Ole Miss last weekend, the defensive end recorded three sacks the most ever by a Tennessee freshman . . .
Nashville Tennessean

Should Worley miss any time this Saturday versus No. 4 Alabama, the signal calling duties would likely fall on the shoulders of backup quarterback Nathan Peterman, who's thrown for just 39 yard this season . . .
The Daily Beacon

Alabama Volleyball
The Crimson Tide swept the Tigers in its first conference sweep of the season . . .
University of Alabama

Led by Kat Hudson and Brittany Thomas, the Alabama women's volleyball captured all three sets for the win over Auburn last night at Auburn Arena . . .
Birmingham News

Alabama battled against a resilient South Carolina squad in Foster Auditorium to a four-set victory Sunday, giving the Crimson Tide its fourth SEC victory of the season . . .
University of Alabama

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Alabama came in ahead of only Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Tennessee and Mississippi State . . .
Florence Times-Daily

When it came to average fall in poll spots after a conference loss, the SEC had the second-lowest average drop after a conference loss from 2009-2013 and tied for the highest average drop with the Pac-12 in 2014 . . .
Sports Illustrated

Jones ranks third in the NFL with 49 receptions and fourth in the league with 676 receiving yards this season. But he said he needed to play better to help the Falcons snap out of their slump . . .
Birmingham News



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