Alabama might have bought into the hype, but then Texas A&M beat the Tide. Now, with two wins standing in the way of another BCS title apperance, Nick Saban has his team focused only on Auburn.
Alabama didn't hang its head after losing to Texas A&M last week and throttled Western Carolina 49-0 in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
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.
Alabama looks to regain its edge after two uneven weeks that resulted in an escape against LSU and a loss to Texas A&M.
The Crimson Tide have a routine of one day to ride out the emotion of a win -- and the same applies, they say, after a dramatic loss to Texas A&M that changed the BCS.
Alabama's strength this season has been the run game, but when the Crimson Tide needed a late touchdown from short distance, they went with the pass instead. It didn't work.
Travis Haney stops by the TideNation Roundtable this week to discu ss the upcoming game with Texas A&M plus possible challengers to the No. 1 Crimson Tide.
When looking at Texas A&M star quarterback Johnny Manziel, Alabama coach Nick Saban thinks of one guy -- Doug Flutie.
Look no further than Alabama's offensive line to learn why the Crimson Tide were so dominant against the Michigan Wolverines: Blocking created 171 yards untouched out of 234 yards rushing.
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.
The time for kickoff is here, and a Week 1 matchup against Michigan will go a long way for Alabama to figure out what it will become in 2012.
Alabama hauled in two five-star recruits and 13 ESPNU 150 prospects on its way to the No. 1 class in the nation -- but Alec Morris was the lone QB.