American Football Alabama should not be in series

Alabama should not be in series


Because it's Alabama – and only because it's Alabama – it's going to be more complicated than necessary.

If we live in a logical world, the loss of LSU 46-41 Saturday would be ranked. Alabama, who does not win against a top-25 team, let alone a good team, will not win either the SEC or even the SEC West and will lose at home in the match he needed. to win, should not be in college football Eliminations. Unless there is a national disaster, the selection committee will have enough good options from a group of teams that have faced better opponents and won conference titles, so Alabama should not be on the margins of the discussion.

And yet, we know what will happen next month. The SEC's propaganda machine will move up a gear, excuses will pour in and the benefit of the doubt as to whether the university football institution gives Alabama exclusive insinuera in the discussion.

Alabama head coach Nick Saban walks away after meeting LSU victorious head coach Ed Orgeron.

How will it end? Who knows? But if we kept Alabama on the same principle as everyone else, the conversation would be rather black and white. When you meet one of the top 10 home opponents and you are the only top 10 team to play all year, you must win this game. And if you do not, you must win your conference.

Alabama will not do any of these things. So, what are we really talking about here?

Even the aura of Alabama should not be enough – not this year. Crimson Tide's defense was at best average and had a hard time tackling LSU, yielding 559 yards of offense and failing to stop in the fourth quarter as the match was potentially up for grabs.


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