The Crimson Tide are now a 3-point favorite over the Tigers at the Westgate SuperBook.
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Following a three-and-out by the Tide offense, the Bulldogs again drove the length of the field, but were forced to into a Jace Christmann 25-yard field goal to increase the margin to a seven-point game. The game will decide the SEC West title and the chance to remain in contention for the College Football Playoff. The previous four losses by top-ranked teams in the CFP rankings were by a combined 21 points, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
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Alabama coach Nick Saban updated the status of two players the Monday after his team defeated Mississippi State, 31-24. He took care of his man on the game-winning touchdown, giving Jalen Hurts time to locate wide out Devonta Smith for the score. Alabama has a cupcake game against Mercer, but the biggest game of the season looms after that when the Crimson Tide will face Auburn. That puts him at risk of missing the Iron Bowl against Auburn on November 25. The Tide responded, which was a common theme in the game, going 10 plays and 82 yards, including a huge fourth-down conversion by Jalen Hurts, who scrambled for 13 yards on fourth-and-4 to keep the drive alive, which was finished off by Damien Harris running into the end-zone from 17 yards out to tie the game at 24. "It's no gimme game". Auburn saw its national championship odds improve from 80-1 to 10-1 in recent weeks.
Michael Owen's Karim Benzema remark has seriously annoyed Liverpool fans
The ex-England worldwide scored 17 goals in 52 appearances for the Red Devils and he remains thoroughly grateful of the vote of confidence given to him by Sir Alex Ferguson after the then-United boss failed to sign striker Karim Benzema, who made a decision to move to Real Madrid instead.