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September 07, 2017
Fans knew in their hearts that Alabama was going to beat FSU, but caution requires mental preparation for the worst case scenario. Happily, the Crimson Tide played four quarters in their usual fashion. Depth crushes opponents in the fourth quarter. Ask anyone. 'Bama felt badly about Francois' injury, but the stats were also an area that caused some pain. Not good. Not good at all. But rest assured this did not escape Coach Saban's eye. The Process will gear up this week against Fresno State and correct any disappointing numbers.
If Bear was here, he would po' mouth about how beat up his boys are and how Fresno State is a secret powerhouse. We all know how it would have turned out then. Believe that it will turn out the same this Saturday. It's tough for young players to focus on one game at a time, especially after a GOAT opener. But Alabama should never underestimate a team that has just beaten Incarnate Word, a wee, tiny FCS school, 66-0. Incarnate Word? How will Fresno State hold up against College Football Incarnate? Leave it to Saban and his team. Bring it on!
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