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SEC Championship Game : Post-Game Interviews

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SEC Championship Game : Post-Game Interviews

Post-SEC Championship Game press conference with Coach Nick Saban, Ryan Anderson, Cam Robinson, Ardarius Stewart, and O.J. Howard

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SECCG wrap-up: Bama keeps destroying one-dimensional teams

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SECCG wrap-up: Bama keeps destroying one-dimensional teams

Alabama’s resounding victory over Florida on Saturday in the SEC Championship Game did several things: It extended Alabama’s win streak to 25 games, its SEC championship strength to 3 years and ended any speculation of what the College Football Playoff committee might do in the event the Crimson Tide lost this game.

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Texas 77, Alabama 68: Crimson Tide at crossroads after Lone Star letdown

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Texas 77, Alabama 68: Crimson Tide at crossroads after Lone Star letdown

Alabama played a near-flawless first half in Austin but couldn’t keep up when Texas cranked up the pressure, blowing a 12-point halftime lead in a 77-68 loss.

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SECCG preview: Hobbled Gators are living on a prayer offensively

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SECCG preview: Hobbled Gators are living on a prayer offensively

There is a lot of familiarity between these two teams, thanks mostly to Florida hiring former Alabama offensive coordinator Jim McElwain as head coach, who subsequently attracted former Bama staffers Doug Nussmeier, Geoff Collins and Chris Rumph. The end result is that Alabama will have a hard time surprising Florida, and with the Gators’ defense a tough customer, expect this one to be close at least until the final quarter. Alabama will need to force Florida to make mistakes in order to avoid a low-scoring stalemate.

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Auburn wrap-up: 2016 becomes “Kick Five” game as AU is locked out of the end zone

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Auburn wrap-up: 2016 becomes “Kick Five” game as AU is locked out of the end zone

Alabama made a barely competitive game close for a half thanks to its own mistakes, which included two interceptions and a rare horrid punt from J.K. Scott that put Auburn in business just outside the red zone. The halftime score of 13-9 served as an effective wake-up call for an Alabama team that mishandled the ball on six other first-half plays – in addition to the two interceptions – and Alabama didn’t wait long to put its foot down on the gas pedal in the second half.

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Auburn preview: Tiger defense will keep AU in it

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Auburn preview: Tiger defense will keep AU in it

Depending on how deep one’s crimson blood runs, news Monday that initial Las Vegas lines were coalescing around an 18-point spread in Alabama’s favor could either be considered easy money, or a sucker’s bet.

Analysis of the two teams suggests the latter, especially if Alabama’s earlier game against LSU this season is any indication. Alabama and Auburn will meet at Bryant-Denny Stadium – where Alabama has been effective lately, but not historically, against Auburn – but the key issue is not the venue, but the strength of an Auburn defensive line that is a clear step above the LSU line that gave Alabama fits earlier this month.

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Valparaiso 68, Alabama 60: Long-distance shooting falls into overnight slumber

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Valparaiso 68, Alabama 60: Long-distance shooting falls into overnight slumber

While most of its fan base was fast asleep, Alabama’s two-game Las Vegas swing got off to a rocky start late Monday, as the Crimson Tide fell 68-60 to Valparaiso in the semifinals of the Men Who Speak Up Main Event tournament.

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SEC Previews and Predictions: Week 12

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SEC Previews and Predictions: Week 12

The Predictions Dept. slid under the 80-percent mark for the first time this season on the back of a mediocre Week 11. Given the lack of competitive matchups this week, it would be difficult not to rise back above the 80-percent mark heading into Week 13. The rescheduled Florida-LSU game is by far the most intriguing of Week 12’s games, to the extent that Mississippi State-Arkansas is the next-best offering on the sheet.

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LSU wrap-up: Alabama goes back to its future to beat Tigers

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LSU wrap-up: Alabama goes back to its future to beat Tigers

Since Nick Saban took over at Alabama, most of the other 13 SEC teams have, at one time or another, suffered the sensation of Saban’s boot squarely in their butt. Only one of those teams has more of less been able to keep such an occurrence (and thus, a blowout loss to the Tide) at bay – LSU, Saban’s former home.

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