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Iron Bowl 80
Both of these teams have been playing football since the 1890s and they played each other until 1907. Then the series was suspended over per diem for the visiting team. They would not play for 41 years then at long last the Alabama general assembly, boosters and others got together and some say forcing the renewal of the series in 1949. It was played in Birmingham, hence the name Iron Bowl, until the 1980s, when Auburn insisted on a home and home series. That’s where we stand today.  

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Alabama Football
Smart, who has been at Alabama during Nick Saban's entire tenure, could be named UGA's next coach as early as Sunday or Monday . . .
Birmingham News

One of the bigger challenges for the Tide will be making plays against a Florida pass defense led by star cornerback Vernon Hargreaves that is ranked ninth-best nationally . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Since missing the four kicks in Alabama's first two games, Griffith has been one of the Tide's Special Teams Players of the Week following nine of the last 10 games . . .
Birmingham News

Can Florida generate any offense? . . .
Bama Magazine

Part of the struggle to distribute carries has come from an uncharacteristic lack of depth at the running back position . . .
Tuscaloosa News

The Gators (10-2) bring the nation's No. 7 rush defense ¯ the highest-ranked group Henry's seen since running for 147 yards against the No. 5 Wisconsin run defense in the season opener . . .
Birmingham News

Harris has struggled since throwing for 271 yards and two touchdowns against LSU in his first start . . .
Mobile Press-Register

It just goes to show you that Bama has become the stable program . . .
Birmingham News

Sure, UF lost to rival FSU Saturday, but the sinking ship that McElwain jumped aboard last December is no longer taking on water . . .
Orlando Sentinel

Video: He and his Gators are looking for the bounce back this week as they have their toughest opponent of the year in front of them in Alabama . . .
Gator Country

Folks in Columbus and Palo Alto will be rooting hard for an SEC championship game upset by Florida . . .
NBC Sports

It makes sense that the Crimson Tide and Tigers seem more equipped to take advantage of OU's weaknesses . . .
SB Nation

Saban's single-minded approach is the only way to go in the meeting room and on the practice field . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Henry leads the nation in rushing touchdowns (22) and rushing yards (1,797). He is third in yards per game (149.8) behind LSU's Leonard Fournette (158.3) and FSU's Dalvin Cook (150.7) . . .
USA Today

More News
Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart is the hot name, already mentioned as a candidate for the Georgia and South Carolina jobs, but he's one of at least three Alabama assistants that could leave at the end of the season for a head coaching opportunity . . .
Birmingham News

How did former Alabama transfers fare last week? . . .
Mobile Press-Register

SEC officials are encouraging fans not to bring any type of bags to the championship weekend events, but if they do, bags must be clear . . .
Tuscaloosa News

Other News of Note
Even an improbable double-digit win total and a trip to Atlanta for the SEC championship game this couldn't lighten the mood for Florida's first-year coach after watching his regressing offense get shut down . . .

Auburn defensive coordinator Will Muschamp could be a head coach again -- and sooner than you think . . .
Huntsville Times

Georgia wasn't falling apart under Richt. It's just not winning enough in an environment where 10-win coaches have to justify themselves . . .
CBS Sports


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