Will Alabama continue domination of the Aggies?

Will Alabama continue domination of the Aggies?

Will Alabama continue domination of the Aggies?

During his weekly press conference on Wednesday, Saban was asked whether or not Alabama would be doing anything to assist any players who have been affected by the damage of Hurricane Harvey.

However, you'll understand if Saban, a known hater of complacency, left College Station feeling a little nauseous after his team almost blew a 24-3 lead in the second half.

The Aggies can also claim creating the Crimson Tide's first turnover of the season when receiver Robert Foster fumbled after a catch in the third quarter, and A&M took over at Alabama's 36-yard line.

"We knew their quarterback was a great, great player, and we knew we had to get after him", Linebacker Anfernee Jennings said. "So I'm asking them, are you going to listen to me or are you going to listen to these guys (talk) about how good you are?" But if they are stuck dwelling on what happened and what still needs to happen in lieu of the hurricane, then they'll lose two ways. It's like taking poison, like rat poison. "But they did a good job of containing them". Once Alabama's secondary doubles on Mond's favorite target Christian Kirk, it will then be time for the Aggies to beam themselves out of the game. Alabama dispatched Vanderbilt 59-0 in Week 4 before smashing Ole Miss 66-3 last weekend. "At the end of the day, the game's going to go on if they show up or not".

"We have gotten to the point of an identity on offense, and I think everybody knows what that is", Sumlin said. "Their two backs are the best backs that we've played against I think in tandem".

"I've known his father for a long time from my days at the University of Houston, his dad being the coach at Channelview even before he was in high school", the Aggies coach said. The over is 5-2 in Aggies last 7 games overall and the over is 6-2 in Crimson Tide last 8 road games.

Look for Alabama to continue the trend of shutting down an offense early in the game, while racking up points with their balanced attack. Meanwhile, the Aggies began chipping away at the score.

A&M quarterback Kellen Mond scored a one-yard touchdown with 17 seconds to play.

Alabama senior cornerback Levi Wallace credited the third-down improvement with an elevated communication among the defensive players, which led to better execution of what was called.

"Are we happy, are we pleased.?"

"We have a lot of things to improve on", Fitzpatrick said.

The Aggies, on the other hand, will attempt to get back in the win column in Week 7 when they travel to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium for a meeting with the Florida Gators. "Every single time I just reflect back and realize how blessed I am to be in the position I am now". There was that era, after all, when every SEC game was hard-fought, or so it seemed. It barely even yielded, showing cracks at the start of the game and its end.

Alabama poses serious threats to the Aggies both offensively and defensively.

"No one tries to run against them, but we will", A&M offensive tackle Keaton Sutherland said. "We're looking to overcome that this year".

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