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Sunday Morning Hangover: Shutout Version

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It's more like Sunday Afternoon but we can sleep in after that big win, right?

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Alabama's  25-0 win was the first shutout hung on Ole Miss since 1998 when they lost to Arkansas 34-0.

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The nation's number one recruit from 2013, defensive end Robert Nkemdiche, recorded 0 stats. 0 tackles, 0 sacks, 0 TFL, 0 fumbles. By contrast, true freshman D-lineman A'Shawn Robinson had 3 tackles - all solos.

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True freshman cornerback Eddie Jackson had his first career interception in the first quarter. The first of many more to come.

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Sophomore linebacker Denzel Devall recorded two sacks for losses of 16 yards.

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Running back T.J. Yeldon has, as Nick Saban put it, a "butt bruise". He should be good to go next Saturday vs. Georgia State.

Center Ryan Kelly suffered a sprain of his medial collateral ligament (MCL). He will be out 2-3 weeks. Chad Lindsay will start in his place and Kellen Williams will be his back-up. I must say, Lindsay played pretty well.

There are no other serious concerns to report for the Tide.


(Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports)

Following a 62-41 loss to Arizona State on Saturday night, Southern Cal AD Pat Haden finally pulled the plug firing head coach Lane Kiffin. The short-lived Tennessee coach had a record of 28–15 (17–12 in PAC-12) at So Cal and 10-8 (5-6) in the last season and a half. Karma has landed.

UPDATE: Ed Orgeron reportedly will be named interim coach.

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Up Next for Bama:
Georgia State at Alabama Oct. 5, 11:21am CT/12:21pm ET, SEC TV