1 Alabama VS 19 Ole Miss:
I think everyone knew this was going to a well played game from both sides after seeing their previous two meetings. Ole Miss has had Alabama's number for the past few seasons with Chad Kelly at quarterback. They've managed to beat Alabama each of the last two year's with him under center and they were looking to make it three. They were off to a good start for accomplishing that goal, at one point Ole Miss was up 24-3, at that point everyone was getting ready for down goes Alabama once again. The Crimson Tide did not give up though, well when does a Saban coach team ever give up, they stormed back and tied the game up 24-24 by the beginning of the third quarter, just like that the Ole Miss lead had vanished, and Alabama had all momentum. Ole Miss would never regain the lead and they ended up losing 48-43, but the game wasn't even as close as the score was. After Bama tied it up they had the game in the bag, they figured it all out, and were clicking on all cylinders. Alabama has a special player in Jalen Hurts, his passing ability is not great but is good enough to get by in college, his running ability makes an already unstoppable running game for Alabama just that much harder to prepare for. Chad Kelly is a gunslinger that gives Alabama's defense all kinds of headaches, his ability to push the ball down the field unveils Alabama's weakness every time. The Alabama corners aren't great, they get protected by the rest of the defense, and the fact that not many college QB's can push the ball down the sidelines like Chad Kelly. For all the good that Kelly did in his effort of trying to make it three straight VS Albama. he put the dagger in his team today in the fourth quarter on a pick six. His poor decision making ultimately ruined his team's chances for coming back to win that game. Although Ole Miss did everything in their power to win this game, Alabama was just the better team this time around, and they stayed composed when it mattered most.