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November 17, 2018    
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A Season Like No Ohter
Greetings, fellow Alabama fans! Yes, I know the blog hasn't been updated recently, but who has time to write when one can revel in this glorious football season? And glorious it has been. When the biggest complaints are the margin of victory, life is good!

Comments like, "Alabama beat them so bad, they should have had negative points!", show that we are in the heady stratosphere of football heaven. There are worries like why did Tua get injured (shakes fist skyward), what kind of nut do you have to be to imagine the SEC officials favor 'Bama, and the always popular how will Alabama's defense recover from losing a slew of guys (they just do, don't worry.) But the season is not yet over.  

SEP08:  Buckle Up!
JUL18:  ~* Season's Greetings! *~
JAN11:  26 - 23! Now What?

Alabama Football
When some misguided reporter had the gall to ask the Alabama head coach if he planned to play his dinged-up prized starting quarterback this Saturday against the lowly FCS payday opponent The Citadel, Saban looked as though he could have chewed up broken glass . . .
SB Nation

If Tua is healthy, Tua will play . . .

On offense, there's a deep bench outside of the quarterback spot so there will be room to distribute the work there . . .
Birmingham News

In this run there have been 11 consecutive seasons in which the Tide has reached double digit wins . . .
Bama Online

There is no deep state within the Southeastern Conference office boosting Alabama through questionable officiating . . .
USA Today

Alabama doesn't need to play Tagovailoa, at least that's what most Alabama fans would tell you. Is the risk worth it? . . .

The Citadel vs UA: Kickoff 11 a.m.; Bryant Denny Stadium; SEC Network . . .
Mobile Press-Register

If these games were played in September, there'd be far less complaining from elsewhere. Instead, the SEC plays conference games earlier in the season . . .
USA Today

With the new redshirt rule, pretty much every true freshman should get a little field time tomorrow . . .
SB Nation

For The Citadel, the tangible benefit is a guarantee check of $500,000 for playing at Alabama . . .
The Post and Courier (Charleston, S.C.)

How difficult is it to prep for the triple option? . . .
Huntsville Times

Alabama Basketball
Senior Shaquera Wade scored five straight points in overtime with 2:35 remaining to take the lead over the Mustangs, Alabama won 62-61 . . .
Crimson White

The Crimson Tide will play its final game of the Charleston Classic Sunday afternoon when it faces Appalachian State or Wichita State at 12:30 p.m. CT on ESPNU . . .
Birmingham WIAT-TV

The Crimson Tide, sticking with a seven-man rotation (starters John Petty, Kira Lewis, Herb Jones, Donta Hall and Galin Smith and substitutes Tevin Mack and Dazon Ingram) for most of the game, trailed only at 2-0 . . .
Tuscaloosa News

Alabama continued to increase its double-digit lead and led by as many as 21 points . . .
Bama Online

Alabama found its way through the mire and much to defeat Ball State, 79-61 . . .
Birmingham News

More News
O.J. Howard is Pro Football Focus' highest-graded tight end so far this season, partly thanks to his league-leading 16.8 yards per catch . . .
Saturday Down South

Coach Brad Bohannon announced the signing of 14 players during the early signing period for the 2019-20 academic year . . .

The Bulldogs' short-yardage and Red Zone run issues are in dire need of fixing for Georgia to have a chance at beating the Crimson Tide . . .
SEC Country

The Tide enters the weekend as losers of four in a row and will be looking to avenge the loss they suffered at home against the Rebels on Oct. 28 . . .
Daily Mississippian (Oxford)


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