No. 8 Alabama took care of business on the road, clinching the SEC West with a dominating 49-21 victory at Kentucky.
In the game against Arkansas last year, Jalen Milroe played his first significant minutes in relief of an injured Bryce Young. One year later, Milroe will make his seventh start for the Crimson Tide when Alabama hosts Arkansas this Saturday.
After three weeks of questions and speculation, Nick Saban finally named his starting quarterback.
Alabama came into the season opener ranked fourth in the nation and did exactly what the fourth ranked team in the nation should do to an inferior opponent on Saturday night, dominating Middle Tennessee State 56-7 at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Nick Saban has finally taken the cake out of the oven.
Monday on "McElroy and Cubelic in the Morning," ESPN’s Paul Finebaum spoke about Milroe and the momentum that he has been gaining lately at becoming the starter for Alabama.