Tab Predicts the 2020-2021 Alabama Football Season
With pretty much all sports still up in the air for the fall seasons, I decided to make a mock prediction for the schedule already set out for the upcoming Alabama Football season.
Here is the schedule breakdown and my predictions for each game.
Sept. 5 USC (in Dallas)
USC is coming off a huge season last year with up-and-coming QB Kedon Slovis. I think they won't be able to handle our roaring run game and our stout and quick linebackers.
Sept. 12 Georgia State
A cake-walk to say the least.
Sept. 19 Georgia
With their first true SEC challenge of the season, I see a low-scoring game with special teams lighting up the field.
Sept. 26 Kent State
Another cake-Walk Thromping.
Oct. 3 at Ole Miss
Don't sleep on Ole Miss. With new coach Lane Kiffin, Ole Miss will be the dark horse in the SEC pulling out games they shouldn't win. Alabama will start slow and classically come out strong for the 4th quarter to seal the deal.
Oct. 10 at Arkansas
After a close win against Ole Miss, Saban will get on his players for being complacent and make the Crimson Tide demolish the Razorbacks for the 13th year in a row.
Oct. 17 Mississippi State
Somethings never change. Alabama will shutout Miss State in classic fashion with backups and strange formations that the Bulldogs won't expect.
Oct. 24 at Tennessee
The last time Tennessee beat Alabama, the world didn't know what an iPhone was. So I don't see a young Tennessee standing a chance.
Oct. 31 BYE
Nov. 7 at LSU
Isn't revenge sweet? After a tough loss at Bryant-Denny last year, Bama will be hungry and will suffocate an untested, young LSU in Death Valley.
Nov. 14 UT Martin
Blowout city, take three.
Nov. 21 Texas A&M
A&M is on the up, that's a fact. Alabama will come out slow and take the Aggies in the final seconds.
Nov. 28 Auburn
Bo Nix is ready and wants to take Alabama down again, but it's not going to happen on Saban's watch. He'll make sure the 2019 heartbreaker isn't repeated. Heavy pass game with some injuries in store for the Tide.
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