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October 28, 2016    
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OK, everybody that expected the Tennessee game to turn out like it did raise your hand. Liar, liar, pants on fire. You did not! You know in your heart of hearts that you figured it would be close for a half before the Tide won. Seriously, that was something else, now can those boys keep going?  

OCT06:  The Meat of the Schedule
SEP15:  Week Three Ole Miss
SEP02:  First Game Angst

Alabama Football
The Crimson Tide have been one of the most dominant teams in the nation thus far with an 80 SU and 62 ATS record, and they have a valuable bye this week to prepare for next Saturday's road game against LSU . . .
Sports Illustrated

No. 1 Alabama has an open date on Saturday, so the Crimson Tide is a virtual lock to earn a Top 4 spot when the College Football Playoff rankings are released on Tuesday . . .
Birmingham News

Assessing Avery Johnson & 2015, the Tide's 6th man, and trying to replace Obasohan . . .
SB Nation

The nation's No. 2 athlete in the Class of 2018, Xavier Williams, raised some eyebrows on Wednesday after he tweeted at Alabama quarterback commit Tua Tagovailoa that the Hawaiian standout will be throwing him touchdown passes soon . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Neutralizing Fournette will once again be a top priority when Alabama faces LSU . . .
Birmingham News

So when senior LSU defensive back Dwayne Thomas says the Tigers will be "dominating" Alabama because LSU "wants it more," I don't know that I agree . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"It was a good visit," Ruggs said. "I always have a good time in Tuscaloosa. It's not really too much different than any other time. The game's always a packed crowd and it's a great, homely environment . . .
Huntsville Times

LSU defense zeros in on top-ranked Alabama, QB Jalen Hurts . . .

LSU DB Dwayne Thomas says Tigers will dominate Alabama . . .

Alabama football: Wednesday's practice report . . .
Anniston Star

Between 'Bama and Michigan, which defense is the best? . . .
Bleacher Report

This Alabama football season has gone off the script more than once in the first eight weeks . . .
Mobile Press-Register

It seems that coach Nick Saban is making less money this season than he did a year ago . . .
USA Today

Alabama leads the pack with 8-5 odds to win the national title . . .

More News
John Petty will choose between Alabama and Kentucky during halftime of the Jaguars' home game Nov. 10 . . .
Birmingham News

LSU is undefeated in the Ed Orgeron era, but the Tigers have a big test coming to Baton Rouge in two weeks in No. 1 Alabama . . .
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Later that evening, Alabama was hosting Arkansas, and Crimson Tide linebacker Reggie Ragland was shook up during a play. As he headed toward the sideline, ESPN reporter Holly Rowe zeroed in when the tent sprang up . . .
Bleacher Report

Other News of Note
The 2-5 Tigers have a chance to turn things around this weekend when they host the Kentucky Wildcats . . .
Athlon Sports

On Saturday, the Opelika (Alabama) High School product appears likely to make his first SEC start when South Carolina hosts Tennessee . . .

The truth is Auburn, LSU, Alabama and Texas A&M all still have a chance (in the SEC West) . . .
Huntsville Times

The rampant increase in buyouts can be traced back to Auburn's JetGate scandal in 2003, when the Tigers were prepared to spend $4 million to fire Tommy Tuberville and hire Bobby Petrino . . .
CBS Sports

Eli Stove broke free for a 78-yard touchdown run on Auburn's first play, giving the No. 21 Tigers momentum they never lost in a surprisingly dominant 56-3 victory over No. 17 Arkansas on Saturday night . . .
Valdosta (Ga.) Daily Times


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