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Alabama’s gridiron clash with Texas A&M turned into a stupid game


While Alabama closed the deal, Texas A & amp;  M needs a win against Tide to avoid a drop to .500.

While Alabama has closed the deal, Texas A&M needs a win over Tide to avoid a drop to .500.
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It was named the most anticipated college football game of the season. The story follows a Texas A&M team getting ready for the College Rugby League to invade Tuscaloosa to really see how strong its armor is against the impregnable fortress of Bryant-Denny Stadium. Alabama ended the bargain. Crimson Tide is undefeated, ranked #1 domestically and internationally stumbling before Texashave looked to dominate this season with last week’s 23-point road win over Arkansas sending the Razorbacks out of the national rankings.

Texas A&M’s half of the main event prize war never appeared. The Aggies have hit the bare minimum to get a good look or lost in the four weeks since their season-opening win over Sam Houston State at the FCS level. They are not rated. They no longer argued for New Year’s Sixth. A loss gives them a .500 record for the second time this season. And now A&M is lame in the face of Alabama that no one thought it could win for good reason.

As the shift of power in the Southeast Conference besieged Alabama relinquished control and quickly regained control – look at the Joe Burrow-led LSU winning the title, followed by the dominant Crimson Tide team. won the championship – Jimbo Fisher’s team supposedly had a shot when knocking Alabama from its crown. Yes, Georgia is the defending national champion. However, the Bulldogs drew 1-1 last season against Alabama. I won’t call defeating the national champions a month before Georgia lifts the crown to relinquish a position of power.

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Especially after last weekend, when Georgia was lucky not to be beaten by Missouri despite being the favorites in more than four encounters, the top of America’s best convention mountain went to Alabama. It’s predictable, boring, and disgusting to see Nick Saban keep winning and always have a hand in the SEC championship. I’d love to see someone take down the Crimson Tide to add more on par with college football. There are also many reasons why Alabama has become so dominant, most of which boil down to becoming better at almost everything than most people almost every day. The fact that Saban selects litters from recruitment and transfer portals ensures this process has the best chance of continuing.

As A&M’s chances fade, there are few paths to CFP resistance for the Crimson Tide outside of Georgia. Ole Miss won’t get it done, and no one else in the West SEC deserves a mention. SEC East’s amazing, not amazing, team to challenge Georgia has been one of the most underrated stories in college football of the past few years. When the Bulldogs dominated Michigan in the national semifinals, the only team to keep the game against Georgia so close – aside from Alabama – was Kentucky, and the Wildcats did it between the fences. In 2018, a win in Kentucky would take it to the SEC Championship game, not the Bulldogs.

The biggest challenger in the SEC East this season is Tennessee. I understand the reluctance to give that distinction to the people of Knoxville, but denying it doesn’t concern itself with the truth. Under the guidance of coach Josh Heupel, who has proven himself to be an offensive expert throughout his career, has proven Tennessee’s best offensive ability. It destroyed Ball State and Akron, and then the Volunteers did all kinds of defense to hold off Pittsburgh and Florida. The Vols began their killer wits with six opponents two weeks ago with a five-point win over Gator. Today is the road game against LSU, which will be a great preview of how much of a legal threat Tennessee is. And who will the Vols play next week? Alabama. It’s hard to pick Tennessee to win that game even if the game looks strong against LSU this weekend.

Tennessee fans have had to be curious for years with how the SEC schedules games. The Vols are the only SEC East team under the current model that must play against Alabama every year. UT didn’t beat Saban’s Alabama, last taking down the Crimson Tide in 2006 (under Mike Shula’s lead). That was Alabama’s 15 straight wins over the Vols. And now that hilt could become the biggest game Tennessee has played in Knoxville since the turn of the century. Imagine the opportunity the Volunteers would have to welcome the Crimson Tide into their 100,000-plus-seat stadium. It’s a silver plate opportunity for Alabama holdings to the SEC to break. Or it could be another reminder of how mighty Alabama is.

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