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2018 Schedule
3-0, 1st in SEC - West

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide have by far the best chance to run the table.

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7hJake Trotter and Alex Scarborough

How Tua and Kyler took over college football

One is making Alabama look better than ever. The other has let Oklahoma lose a Heisman winner without missing a beat. The CFB world belongs to Tua and Kyler.

QB pressure will be key for Aggies (2:59)
Herbstreit expects Texas A&M to challenge Bama (2:16)
Pierschbacher: 'I don't notice who's behind me' (1:54)
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1dChris Low

'Bama family': Kiffin lets Ingram train at FAU

Former Alabama Heisman Trophy running back Mark Ingram, who is currently suspended, worked out at Florida Atlantic on Tuesday with Lane Kiffin and other members of the FAU coaching staff.

Crimson Tide, Aggies ready to face off (1:59)

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Saban thinks Jimbo Fisher has done a nice job since taking over at Texas A&M. "They're a completely different team than they've been in the past," he said, noting that they're in more regular formations while still incorporating the spread.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The 10 teams that have accomplished the most so far this college football season. An average top-25 team would have had a 19% chance to go 3-0 with LSU's schedule.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

For the second straight week Notre Dame's chance to reach the playoff dropped more than anyone else's despite earning a win. That the Fighting Irish only beat Vanderbilt by 5 at home lowered FPI's opinion of them and hurt their projections going forward.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

ESPN's Playoff Predictor: The SEC has a 49% chance to send multiple teams to the College Football Playoff. The Pac-12 has a 19% chance to send one team.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The 10 most likely teams to reach the College Football Playoff, per ESPN's Playoff Predictor.

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Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Alabama's Jerry Jeudy was impressed with Ole Miss' receiver corps, but said the Tide's is pretty good, too.

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Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Crimson Tide linebacker Christian Miller said Alabama's defense didn't panic after Ole Miss threw a 75-yard touchdown on the game's opening offensive play.

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Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Alabama safety Xavier McKinney credited the Tide's defensive line for the interception he returned 30 yards for a touchdown in a 62-7 win at Ole Miss.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Saban said Alabama was playing bump-and-run coverage on the opening play, and D.K. Metcalf ran past Tide cornerback Saivion Smith for a 75-yard touchdown. "I saw the guy running five yards behind our guy. Didn't you see it?" Saban said.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Nick Saban said his defense tackled better and played well against an explosive offense. "This team scored 76 points (last week) and they had 248 yards of offense, and 75 of those came on the first play," Saban said.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Alabama coach Nick Saban said his team showed a lot of resiliency by immediately driving the field and scoring after Ole Miss opened the game with a 75-yard scoring pass.

Team Stats

Passing Yards308.026th
Rushing Yards236.727th
Points For56.71st
Points Against9.38th

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