While many might be worried about Alabama's recent performances on offense, but it's not showing with AJ McCarron. The Tide QB isn't panicking while looking at the final stretch of the season.
If Alabama makes it to the national title game, it will be the final drive on Saturday night that people remember.
It's the Game of the Century, again, as No. 1 Alabama takes on No. 5 LSU for the third time in the last calendar year.
Alabama will bring its ball-hawking defense to Death Valley to face the LSU offense on Saturday, ready to pounce on any Tiger turnovers.
Alabama-LSU represents the ultimate in SEC football, as it will be a physical dogfight in the trenches.
Called 'Circle Button' for his video-game-like spin move, RB Eddie Lacy can give the Alabama Crimson Tide a big boost on offense when he's healthy.
Alabama might have lost six defensive starters to the NFL, but that didn't stop the Crimson Tide from pushing around Michigan in a 41-14 rout.