Top-ranked Alabama Football (8-0, 5-0 SEC) beheaded Arkansas (2-6, 0-5 SEC) 48-7 behind the star game of first-time starter Mac Jones. The Crimson Tide limps into a much-needed week until waiting before the huge national feud with second-ranked LSU.
The top teams of Oklahoma and Wisconsin have fallen into the hands of unseen foes in the last two weeks. Compatibility, unfocused and maybe just not good enough, quickly comes to mind when you think of these contenders.
There is one simple, valid reason for Alabama football to win 89 straight games against undefeated opponents.
] Alabama plays as a team worthy of being ranked number one. Of course, the team on the opposite side is not very good, but Alabama focuses on dominating his opponent and not playing on the board. Instead, they were addicted to playing Alabama's standard every game.
On the day that the 2009 National Championship team appeared in front of a violent crowd at Bryant Denny Stadium, The Crimson Tide defeated the Hogs by 31 points in the first half. All three phases clicked all cylinders, putting the game out of reach, moving the winning streak from home to 31 games.