The University of Alabama football team wants to send its senior class off right in the final home game of the season.
Alabama faces Chattanooga on Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium at 11:00 a.m. CT. Nick Saban will have a moment to honor a group of players who came in as freshmen in 2019 or 2020. This senior class earned a 57-7 record across four to five years, including an undefeated (13-0) College Football Playoff National Championship season in 2020 during the COVID pandemic.
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The class won 11+ games each season and has two Southeastern Conference Championships.
It has a chance to capture a third SEC title ring on Dec. 2 against Georgia.
Coach Saban has had fun working with this group, but he wants the fans to show love to the players at home. He asked the fan base once again to show up and show out for these seniors who have put so much work into the team. Alabama is not only preparing for Georgia and a possible CFP opportunity, but it travels to Jordan-Hare Stadium next week to face Auburn.
“We can lose in this game, sometimes even if you win, if you don’t carry out the momentum … Our fans have contributed to that momentum in an unbelievable way this year. Maybe more than I can ever remember.”
— Crimson Tide Sports Network (@UA_CTSN) November 17, 2023
Saban looks for BDS to be rocking like it did versus Tennessee and LSU.
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