The Tigers scored the least points for any SEC opponent in the history of Coleman Coliseum. It was the lowest total for any Alabama opponent since Baptist College scored 32 on Dec. 18, 1989, and it was the lowest in this series since a 37-32 Crimson Tide victory on March 1, 1948.
It was ugly at times but Bama pulled out its second straight SEC win with the same tough, hard-nosed defense that is becoming the trademark of this rebuilding blue-collar team under first-year coach Anthony Grant.
Roll 'Bama Roll will have its usual post-game "Initial Impressions" piece at some point tomorrow (Thursday) to break down the win.
In the meantime, we'll leave you with this quote, from one of our members, bamabrian, on Alabama's defensive performance to date:
"Now we know what Saban and Grant talked about when Grant was hired."