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January 21, 2020    
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Greatest Show on Earth
Although the season has just begun, my nerves are already frayed. Inevitable injuries (Get well soon, Dylan Moses et al!) have struck the defense but freshmen are here to play. This roster is deep!

Taulia was shining bright in his debut to the enthusiastic support of his brother. Tua has taken steps in the off season to strengthen his game and appears able to go the distance (knock on wood.) Jerry Jeudy and Jaylen Waddle continue to make big plays. The defense was tough and ready.  

JAN18:  Thank you, Crimson Tide
NOV15:  A Season Like No Ohter
SEP08:  Buckle Up!

Alabama Football
Former Alabama player and staffer Freddie Roach is the name to keep an eye on for that defensive line job, according to sources . . .
Birmingham News

Here is the breakdown of what the depth chart might look like on offense . . .
Bama Online

The Iron Pod: Which Alabama returnee will make biggest impact in 2020? . . .
Huntsville Times

Countdown to the Crimson Tide's 2020 opener: 230 days . . .
Sports Illustrated

DeVonta Smith's five top plays for this year . . .
USA Today

Najee Harris' nastiness as a pass-catcher that really caught the eye of opposing defensive coordinators after he caught 27 passes for 304 yards and seven scores . . .

The New York Giants have reportedly hired Alabama assistant athletics director Burton Burns as their running backs coach . . .
Sports Illustrated

It's a return to coaching for Burns, who helped Alabama in an administrative role the last two years . . .
Saturday Down South

Alabama Basketball
Alabama attempted a season-high 39 three-pointers -- two shy of the school record set in 2004 against East Tennessee State -- and made 13 . . .
Huntsville Times

"For us to still win by 14 when they set an SEC record [for free throwing shooting percentage], that speaks a lot to what else we were doing well because we did not do a good job of keeping them off of the free throw line," Oats said . . .
Crimson White

Individually the Tide was led by Petty with 20 points on 6-12 shooting, including 4-10 from deep. The junior also grabbed six rebounds in 36 minutes of action . . .
SB Nation

Five Alabama players scored in double figures with Petty leading the way with 20 points. Reese and Jaden Shackelford scored 17 points apiece . . .
Bama Online

Alabama basketball overcame a perfect 31-for-31 free-throw performance by Missouri Saturday afternoon to win its second-consecutive game, 88-74 . . .
Sports Illustrated

Yet Alabama won anyway, pulling away for an 88-74 victory that gave the surging Tide its eighth win over the last 11 games . . .
Birmingham News

Missouri is a solid team this year. Like most of Cuonzo Martin's teams over the years, the Tigers defend well, but struggle to score consistently on the offensive end of the court . . .
SB Nation

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Although Alabama fell short and lost to the Sooners, 198.250-197.400, the Crimson Tide showed they're just getting started, and have so much championship potential . . .
USA Today

Saban, who recently talked about allowing Henry to play running back instead of linebacker, discussed why the former Heisman Trophy winner is so tough to tackle . . .
Saturday Down South

Derrick Henry looks to lead his team to the Super Bowl this season, but clearly has his sights on the task at hand, the AFC Championship vs. the Kansas City Chiefs . . .
USA Today

With the performances of three freshmen, Alabama gymnastics posted its highest overall score since 2018 . . .
Crimson White

The Crimson Tide dropped its home opener to No. 1 Oklahoma, 198.250-197.400 . . .
Sports Illustrated


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