Alabama Football: Five Bold Predictions for Crimson Tide in November

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TUSCALOOSA, AL – SEPTEMBER 29: Tua Tagovailoa #13 of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks to pass. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) /

Gus Bus breaks down in Tuscaloosa

Last year after Auburn beat Alabama 26-14, Gus Malzahn was all smiles after destroying Georgia two before and hated rival and number one team in the nation, Alabama. Kerryon Johnson and Jarrett Stidham slow choked the life out of the Crimson Tide.

Fast forward to 2018; Auburn makes its appearance at Bryant Denny Stadium. In the old movie Karate Kid, the Cobra Kai preached at their dojo, “that mercy is for the weak; we do not train to be merciful, and the enemy deserves no mercy.” Saban chose mercy on Tennessee by running the ball the entire fourth quarter to kill the clock as the game was out of hand. However, Gus cannot be afforded the same opportunity.

Saban shall show no mercy and not stop the endless bleeding as Tua and company drop 65 points on their archrivals. Unfortunately for Gus, the whipping by Alabama football makes his seat in Auburn exceptionally balmy.

 Alabama 65 – Auburn 21

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Alabama football sits atop the summit of college football. After this tough month, the Alabama Crimson Tide will further distance itself as the top team in the country.