The Milroe experience was quite the roller coaster for Crimson Tide fans to experience on Saturday night as he showed supreme athleticism and talent on the evening coupled with a handful of crippling mistakes that hamstrung the Tide from running away from the game.
The Alabama Crimson Tide needed a defensive stand to hang onto a 24-20 win against the Texas A&M Aggies in Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday night. It was an emotional contest that saw the Crimson Tide play without Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Bryce Young.
The Crimson Tide will now head on the road to Knoxville to take on the undefeated Tennessee Volunteers. Nick Saban takes his 15-year winning streak over the Vols into Neyland Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 2:30 p.m. CT.
The Crimson Tide are currently a 24-point favorite over the Aggies after Texas A&M got blown out by Mississippi State this past weekend. Fans can watch the game on CBS at 7 p.m. CT with radio coverage being live on Tide 100.9 and 95.3 The Bear beginning at 2 p.m. CT.
The Alabama Crimson Tide went into Fayetteville, Arkansas and defeated the Razorbacks 49-26. It was the first SEC road game for the Crimson Tide and Alabama faced serious adversity as Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young left the game with injury.
The Crimson Tide are now playing backup quarterback Jalen Milroe. Milroe did lead Alabama into the endzone on his first drive to make the score 21-0 but all eyes will be on the Crimson Tide sideline and the health of the reigning Heisman Trophy winner.