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Alabama 47, South Carolina 23

NCAA Football: Alabama at South Carolina Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports

Good news: They won in their SEC road opener. The offense looks as awesome as we expected, and is probably going to break all the records.

Bad news: they may have to break all the records because the defense is not close to our usual standard. The loss of Dylan Moses was felt for the first time today, and it was painful.

On the injury front, we need to hear about LaBryan Ray who reportedly left with a lower leg injury of some sort, but he seems to be the only one.

Plenty on tap tonight. Most of you will probably flip back and forth between Jalen Hurts and Oklahoma vs. UCLA and Florida vs. Kentucky.

Roll Tide.

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Florida at Kentucky 6:00 PM ESPN /ESPN Video/espn3 Skycam
Florida at Kentucky 6:00 PM ESPN /ESPN Video/espn3 Skycam
Kent State at Auburn 6:00 PM ESPN2 /ESPN Video
Lamar at Texas A&M 6:00 PM ESPNU /ESPN Video
DII: Morehouse at Miles 6:00 PM ESPN Extra /espn3 Video
Clemson at Syracuse 6:30 PM ABC /espn3 Video/espn3 Skycam
Florida State at Virginia 6:30 PM ACC Network /ESPN Video
Hawaii at Washington 6:30 PM Pac-12/Pac-12 Video
Northwestern State at LSU 6:30 PM SEC Network /ESPN Video
SEMO at Missouri 6:30 PM SEC Network alternate/ESPN Video
TCU at Purdue 6:30 PM BTN/FOX BTN Video
NAIA: Kansas Wesleyan at Friends 7:00 PM ESPN Extra /espn3 Video
Northern Illinois at Nebraska 7:00 PM FS1 /FOX Video
Oklahoma at UCLA 7:00 PM FOX /FOX Video
San Diego State at New Mexico State 7:00 PM FSAZ+ /FOX Video/$Flo Sports
Texas at Rice 7:00 PM CBSSN /CBSSN Video
Portland State at Boise State 9:15 PM ESPN2 /ESPN Video
Texas Tech at Arizona 9:30 PM ESPN /ESPN Video
Montana at Oregon 9:45 PM Pac-12/Pac-12 Video