Nexxxxt! OK, everybody that expected the Tennessee game to turn out like it did raise your hand. Liar, liar, pants on fire. You did not! You know in your heart of hearts that you figured it would be close for a half before the Tide won. Seriously, that was something else, now can those boys keep going?
Winning 33-14 at home, Allen's takedown of Knight was the game's signature moment . . . ESPN
You can try to halt the Crimson Tide, but eventually, when the momentum starts to shift, they'll break through. A fact No. 6 Texas A&M (6-1), like so many before it, experienced in a 33-14 loss Saturday . . . 247Sports
The Crimson Tide will look to extend the longest current winning streak in the nation this Saturday when they host the Texas A&M Aggies . . . Sports Illustrated
From enrolling early with the first task of mimicking a Heisman finalist to becoming the first true freshman to start at quarterback for Saban, Hurts has changed a lot about this Alabama football team, but his impact on his own defense is doing wonders for training this unit to shut down mobile quarterbacks . . . ESPN Magazine
The thought of Alabama being double digit favorites over ranked teams just shows how dominant the program is this season . . . Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Saban used the final segment of his show to talk about Saturday's matchup against the Aggies. The head coach called the matchup the "biggest challenge that we've had to this point this season . . . Montgomery Advertiser
The Alabama defense and special teams continue to pose a constant scoring threat, and freshman QB Jalen Hurts seems to be improving on a weekly basis . . . USA Today
Week 8 College Football Predictions . . . 247Sports
Aggies-Crimson Tide matchup showcases dozens of future pros . . . CBS Sports
Eli Stove broke free for a 78-yard touchdown run on Auburn's first play, giving the No. 21 Tigers momentum they never lost in a surprisingly dominant 56-3 victory over No. 17 Arkansas on Saturday night . . . Valdosta (Ga.) Daily Times
Though Malzahn appears to have righted the ship at Auburn, that's always subject to change pending results of the remainder of the season . . . Birmingham News
Tennessee can use its off week to improve the health of many players, develop some younger ones and collectively hit the reset button . . . Chattanooga Times-Free Press
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