Posted November 15, 2012 on alabama.scout.com
How does Alabama bounce back from a loss to Texas A&M? Well, it appears the schedule took care of that. No one would expect the Crimson Tide, 9-1 after last week’s loss to the Aggies, to have any trouble with Western Carolina, which is 1-9. Just getting a win, however, is not the issue.
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