Against Arkansas, Alabama mixed in a complacent second quarter with three solid quarters of football and beat an overmatched Arkansas team 41-9, coming within one missed Razorback PAT from matching exactly TideFans.com’s predicted score in our preview. It wasn’t a win that’s going to win any style points, but style points don’t matter for Alabama, who has a guaranteed spot in the final four so long as it keeps winning. Alabama kept things simple, didn’t show much to future opponents and just bludgeoned poor Arkansas into pork soup.
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The Predictions Dept. fell below the 80-percent mark for the first time in the 2014 season, a season that has proven devilish to correctly predict. Last week was going just fine until the two Mississippi teams played their games, both of which went against our pregame outlook. This week, Alabama finds itself in the league's most intriguing game, and since that will be covered in its own preview article, we look to Missouri-Florida or Kentucky-LSU in this space as the conference's other games of the week.
Predicting the SEC E/W, SEC Championship Game, and order of finish and the Top 25.
Alabama led Dayton for much of Tuesday afternoon’s matchup but couldn’t ever find its shooting touch in time to hold off the Flyers, falling 77-72 at Coleman Coliseum
By Jess Nicholas, TideFans.com Editor-In-Chief Oct. 2, 2012 Last week's record: 6-0 (100.0%) Season record: 46-4 (92.0%) Alabama is moving into its 2012 open date weekend, but that...
The Crimson Tide is hoping to ride a defense that might have 11 upperclassman starters to a title in 2015, but doing so will require a fast rebuild on the offensive side of the ball, not to mention navigating a schedule that many deem to be the most difficult in the nation. Other challenges include a spotty situation at placekicker and the shuffling of coaching personnel, primarily on defense.
We've seen this movie before. Alabama schedules a triple-option team in the Week 12 slot, gives up a bunch of rushing yards, gets the TV talking heads all atwitter about sudden vulnerability against the run, and then Nick Saban has what he needs to motivate his defense for the Auburn game the following week.
By Chris DePew TideFans.com staff Feb. 27, 2016 Where to watch: Auburn (11-16, 5-10 SEC) at Alabama (16-11, 7-8) - 4 p.m. Central today, Coleman Coliseum, SEC...
Texas A&M went just 3-for-19 from 3-point range, but that third make was a TJ Starks bank shot at the final buzzer to pull the Aggies back to the .500 mark with an 81-80 upset at Alabama.