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November 27, 2014
Malzahn will try for back-to-back 10-wins seasons for the first time since 1988-89 . . . Tuscaloosa News
Saban said starting tight end Brian Vogler and key reserve wide receiver ArDarius Stewart are still listed as questionable . . .
Iron Bowl Edition of the AL.com Film Room: Analysts John Parker Wilson and Cole Cubelic break down the strengths and weaknesses of Alabama and Auburn . . .
Other players coming off injuries who looked solid Wednesday: RB T.J. Yeldon (ankle), WR DeAndrew White (hamstring) and DE A'Shawn Robinson (ankle) . . .
Sims said, "I'm very excited for it. I've been watching for five years, now I have the opportunity to play in it and I'm very excited for me and my family . . .
Johnson also took note of Blake Sims, the senior quarterback who has taken over from AJ McCarron and capably directed an Alabama offense that has been devastating at home . . .
Because of Cooper's ability to find holes all over the field, Auburn's linebackers will also be keenly aware of him . . .
Malzahn said, "I like where we're at. We started off good, had a tough stretch there, but this is the Iron Bowl and our guys are excited to play in it . . .
Saban went down the list of technologies he doesn't use. There are a lot of them including text messages and emails . . .
Williams and receiver Ricardo Louis, who also sat out the Samford game, are expected to play Saturday . . .
Saturday's Iron Bowl matchup against Auburn's D'haquille Williams and Sammie Coates marks the Tide's toughest challenge of the year . . .
Auburn will play its best defensive game of the season, but Alabama's kicking game will make the difference . . .
Alabama's task is clear. Bama must win its final two games . . .
Well, aside from "It's the Iron Bowl, of course," this one still has SEC and national title implications . . .
Awaiting Auburn's effective rushing attack is the SEC's top and country's No. 2 rushing defense . . .
Predictions for this week's showdown between Alabama and Auburn have already begun to pour in from around the country . . .
"I'm just happy to have the opportunity to play in it," he said. "I've been waiting five years for it. Auburn is a great team . . .
Auburn's defense, a lot like the offense, stuck to the basics against the Bulldogs . . .
Auburn beat writers preview Iron Bowl match ups (Video) . . .
Auburn is 3-1 when he rushes for more than 100 yards. The one loss was to Mississippi State . . .
Football is a team game and when you're playing against your rival we need guys to step up and have guys play better than they've played all year . . .
Alabama broke its tie with the Florida teams of 1993 through 1998 for most consecutive 10-win seasons when it defeated Western Carolina . . .
Sims has completed 62.1 percent of his passes, fourth-best in Alabama single-season history . . .
Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Mississippi State remained the top four teams in the College Football Playoff rankings . . .
Since Lane Kiffin arrived, Alabama's adopted some of the no-huddle principles, but still looks nothing like Auburn's version . . .
In this Iron Bowl, with Williams and Louis expected to be healthy, though, Auburn's receiving corps could be as dangerous as it's ever been . . .
Which team will have more success running the ball and which defense does a better job of stopping it? . . .
Accounting for his athleticism has proven to be important for opposing defenses . . .
Growing up in Alabama, Perry knows the Iron Bowl is the biggest game of the year, but he'll treasure more than that from his Bryant-Denny Stadium experiences . . .
Receiver Amari Cooper was participating more Tuesday than he had been Monday . . .
Auburn's best chance against the Crimson Tide is winning a track meet . . .
Defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson said the main issue has been the accumulation of penalty yards . . .
I think that obviously their offense is one of the most productive in the country and certainly in our league. They've got a very good scheme . . .
Alabama is playing for a spot in the SEC championship game while Auburn has nothing to lose. Sounds like a recipe for something strange to happen, right? . . .
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