Are You Ready For Some Football? During these extraordinary times, we have all had to adjust to unprecedented changes and many sacrifices. But after careful consideration and management, it appears that the Crimson Tide will take the field on September 26 against the Missouri Tigers. Kickoff is scheduled at 6:00 PM CT in Columbia, Missouri. Who could have imagined that such a commonplace event would be so nervously anticipated?
The frightening events of 2020 have shown us the most important things in life: family, friends, health, and surprisingly, toilet paper. But the idea that college football might not happen has focused our attention on what the sport means to us. It can bring joy, sadness, pride, entertainment, hope, and disappointment. The sweep of these emotions and the associated camaraderie of fellow fans is a part of our lives. Never before have we worred about it not happening. But it is happening. So far. And you can help insure it happens by staying home, washing your hands, and wearing a mask when you venture out.
Tebow said of Mac Jones, "He's never been intimidated. People told him he'd never play at Alabama. And he had a chip on his shoulder and said, okay, watch . . . 247Sports
Dylan Moses will play in his first game in more than 600 days and has looked like his old self, according to Nick Saban . . . Bama Online
Don't be surprised to see pick-6s and scoop-and-scores become a point of renewed focus. And don't be surprised if the Alabama defense outscores the Missouri offense . . . Saturday Down South
Mac Jones said, "It's really an old defense that focuses on effort and they make a lot of effort plays. So watching them on tape, they've been impressive and we gotta be ready to go . . . University of Alabama
Saban said, "I think first games usually tell you a lot about where you are and who you are. And that will be probably the most interesting thing to find out for us overall . . . 247Sports
The Crimson Tide will be trying to rev this unique season up to full speed in a hurry and should cover easily . . . CBS Sports
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