Found September 16, 2013 on Crystal Ball Run:
Photo: USA Today One again the SEC was the feature attraction in college football this weekend as the Texas A&M Aggies hosted the defending National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide. In addition to that showdown, the slate also had Ole Miss/Texas, South Carolina/Vandy, Mississippi State/Auburn and Oregon/Tennessee. What did we learn in week three? ALABAMA LOOKS BEATABLE At the end of the day, the Crimson Tide beat a really good team and that's what matters but they still have some real issues. Right now, this Tide team looks a lot more beatable than the 2012 squad that lost one game. A team that prides itself on defense gave up 628 yards to Texas A&M, yep 628 yards. Alabama also surrendered 42 points which is the most it has allowed under Nick Saban. The Aggies have one of the most explosive offenses in the Nation but Alabama and it's fans have to be a bit worried right now about the state of the defense and potential future match-ups down the stretch. ...
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