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October 20, 2014
Alabama Football
Tennessee's worst nightmare. The real bogeyman. Nick Saban . . .
Birmingham News

The Alabama senior guard was honored by the SEC as its offensive lineman of the week after his dominant performance against Texas A&M . . .
Mobile Press-Register

"It's really time to turn the page on this last game and turn our attention to Tennessee and what we need to do to prepare our best football game against a very good team . . .
Bama Magazine

The fifth-year senior fullback said practices Monday-Wednesday leading up to the 59-0 pounding of the No. 21 Aggies were "bad . . .
Birmingham News

Tennessee coach Butch Jones told reporters Worley had "been through a lot" but would practice Monday and be ready for Saturday's primetime game at Neyland Stadium . . .
Mobile Press-Register

The high school senior was committed to recently-crowned national champion Alabama, but a coach from a main rival made a hard sell . . .
Birmingham News

Saban said he'll be back this week as Alabama heads to Tennessee . . .
Birmingham News

Ragland's friends made sure he had video of his leaping third-quarter interception that preserved the Crimson Tide's shutout . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Arie Kouandjio and T.J. Yeldon were the honorees on offense, while Ryan Anderson and Reggie Ragland represented the defense . . .
Bama Magazine

Saban can get a bit steamed during games, so maybe Drake brought them as a safety precaution to help calm the coach down . . .
SB Nation

It's been something of a whirlwind following Alabama this season . . .
ESPN

Alabama finished with six sacks against Texas A&M. That's never happened since Saban arrived in 2007 . . .
Birmingham News

Following a 59-0 dismantling of Texas A&M, the Crimson Tide are living up to their preseason billing as one of the nation's most dominant teams . . .
Bleacher Report

Alabama, on the other hand converted 7 of 9 third downs before halftime facing an average of four yards to gain . . .
Huntsville Times

"This is as close to the Alabama football that we want to try to get from our players," Tide coach Nick Saban said, "in terms of effort, toughness, emotional excitement and execution . . .
Dallas Morning News

Just play Alabama running back football. That was it. We just have to get back to that . . .
Birmingham News

Alabama treated Texas A&M like it was a directional school in for a homecoming game . . .
Fox Sports

Alabama's destruction of Texas A&M made a strong impression with Associated Press top 25 voters . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Tiders had their thinking caps on Saturday. Zero penalties. Although we hadn't mentioned avoiding turnovers how obvious can one be? the Tide had zero in that column, too . . .
Bama Magazine

Alabama advanced to No. 4 in Sunday's poll after landing at No. 7 a week ago . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Alabama, which blanked Texas A&M in dominant fashion, vaulted back into the top five at No. 4 . . .
USA Today

For now, the Crimson Tide showed on Saturday why no one should forget about them . . .
Sports Illustrated

He got it in a big way, as Crimson Tide players not only piled up points and defensive stops, but also celebrated in grand fashion every time they did it . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Alabama plays at Tennessee next week. The Tide is 2-3 in its last five games away from Bryant-Denny Stadium. Can Alabama handle 100,000-plus screaming Volunteer fans at Neyland Stadium? . . .
USA Today

As well as Alabama played Saturday, there's no way the Tide should have been up 52-0 with nine minutes to play in the third quarter. The Aggies quit, plain and simple . . .
The Sporting News

Although two undefeated teams are ahead of Bama in the standings, you never know what might happen. The No. 7 Crimson Tide's playoff hopes are alive and well at the moment . . .
ESPN

"Shep's fine," Saban said. "Sprained his ankle, sprained his knee a little bit, but he should be fine . . .
Birmingham News

The Tide players celebrated big plays, big hits and were bouncing around on the sidelines. They finally had fun playing a kid's game this season, but were also all business . . .
Florence Times-Daily

Well, they did and the results were impressive. The Aggies (5-3, 2-3) were in the wrong place at the wrong time . . .
Decatur Daily

"I think it was a great showing for us," cornerback Cyrus Jones said. "It was a big deal for us to come in here and play well against their receivers . . .
Dothan Eagle

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