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October 16, 2018    
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Buckle Up!
In my salad days I often took my wee little brother a'ridin' on the Great American Scream Machine at Six Flags Over Georgia. The ride started with a slow, slow ascent up a huge incline (105 feet!) with the wooden tracks sounding their clack-clack, clack-clack until the top. For a moment everything seemed to stop before you plunged downward into the thrilling abyss. The Crimson Tide is at the top of their season. Louisville and Arkansas State were the clack-clack games. Now it is time for the real ride that we all dread and look forward to every year.

The SEC does not play. It's filled with sorry teams that will challenge Alabama's superior strength. There are challenging teams that are dreaming right now of beating the Tide and shutting up the fans. But Saban The Focused is here to guide the team through this daunting task. Again. Thank God.  

JUL18:  ~* Season's Greetings! *~
JAN11:  26 - 23! Now What?

Alabama Football
Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa continues to hold a comfortable lead. He was named first by 14 of the 16 official Heisman electors . . .
USA Today

Tagovailoa, a 20-year-old sophomore, has thrown for 1,760 yards and 21 touchdowns this season . . .
The Sporting News

Alabama's sophomore passer has been nothing short of jaw-dropping as the nation's Heisman frontrunner, taking the Crimson Tide's offense to record-breaking levels . . .

Tagovailoa said his knee is "fine" and that he's doing "much better . . .

Saban confirmed Monday he will discipline defensive lineman Raekwon Davis after Davis punched Missouri Tigers offensive lineman . . .
Bleacher Report

Do defensive backs underestimate the sophomore from Deerfield Beach, Florida? . . .
Birmingham News

Tua Tagovailoa was practicing and participated in drills with the other quarterbacks, including a footwork drill . . .
Mobile Press-Register

To be more specific, Carter said he sustained the unannounced injury after hitting a helmet and admitted that press coverage can be difficult at times with one hand wrapped up like a club . . .
Bama Online

"It's not equal to Auburn, but it's still a big game. I wouldn't consider it a rivalry . . .
Birmingham News

Alabama coaches selected eight -- technically nine -- players of the week after the team's win over Missouri on Saturday . . .
Mobile Press-Register

"Again I'm sorry and it will never happen again . . .
Bama Online

Saban said Alabama took a step forward in the victory over Missouri. Still, Saban lamented the performance in the red zone, noting the Tide only scored three touchdowns in seven tries . . .
Birmingham News

Crimson Tide right tackle Jedrick Wills has been named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Not long after, Pendleton responded to the apology with two words . . .
Huntsville Times

Alabama Basketball
Herbert Jones was by far the leading scorer and never took a shot that wasn't a dunk or layup . . .
SB Nation

Three of the Crimson Tide's top four scorers from the 2017-18 team are back senior Donta Hall, junior Dazon Ingram and sophomore John Petty . . .
Tuscaloosa News

Potential punishments the Crimson Tide basketball program could face . . .
WHNT-TV (Huntsville)

More News
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (Alabama) started at safety for the Packers and had three tackles, a quarterback hit and a forced fumble . . .
Huntsville Times

How former University of Alabama football players and others with area ties fared in the National Football League in Week Six . . .
Tuscaloosa News

The Florida volleyball team got a sweep of Alabama winning by scores of 25-23, 25-18 and 25-16 . . .
Gainesville Sun


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