No. 1 Alabama is seeking its 100th consecutive win over unranked opponents. The Crimson Tide hosts Southern Miss Saturday night.
While Alabama remains at the top of the AP Top 25 Poll, Auburn dropped one spot this week following the Tigers 28-20 loss to Penn State, which rose from tenth to sixth with the victory.
Alabama looked beatable. Ohio State’s defense still looked discombobulated. Clemson’s offense still looked limp. Oklahoma was far less than elite again.
Bryce Young’s first collegiate road start was a rousing success, a three-touchdown performance that helped top-ranked Alabama beat No. 11 Florida 31-29 in the Southeastern Conference opener for both teams.
Bryce Young threw three touchdown passes and Jase McClellan scored three times to help fuel No. 1 Alabama to a 48-14 rout of FCS Mercer.
Top-ranked Alabama looks very much like a team capable of making another run at a national title.
A person with knowledge of the move says the New England Patriots have released quarterback Cam Newton, who was the Heisman-winning quarterback for Auburn in 2010, when the Tigers won the BCS National Championship.
Alabama is No. 1 in The Associated Press Top 25 preseason college football poll for fourth time in the past six seasons.
Alabama coach Nick Saban will make $11.5 million in the final year under a new eight-year contract that’s worth at least $84.8 million.
When Alabama or Auburn are in a big football game, it’s become a tradition for the game to be shown at the Montgomery Performing Arts Centre. But not this year. The Montgomery Performing Arts Centre says that due to a scheduling conflict, it will not show the National Championship Game between Alabama and Ohio State on Monday night. In the…