Tide’s Season-Opening Win Streak To Hit 18, But Duke Covers Big NumberCat:未分類


Duke vs No. 2 Alabama Saturday in Atlanta, 3:30 p.m. ET (ABC) Totally free NCAAF Choose: Blue Devils ATS Recommended Sportsbook: 5Dimes The previous time that the Alabama football team took the field, it had been blasted 44-16 by Clemson in the tournament match back Jan. 7 outside San Francisco. Think Coach Nick Saban will probably be using that for motivation because of his 2019 staff? Uh, yeah. I am convinced Saban can be employing the fact that Clemson is ranked as motivation also. I feel sorry for poor Duke on Saturday at Atlanta. It is the fifth all time meeting between the schools and first because 62-13 was won by the Tide from Durham. Bama leads 3-1. The Tide also have won 17 straight and have never lost a season opener beneath Saban. It’s the second-longest such series in SEC history. The school list is 30 straight season-opening wins from 1904-1934 (Tide did not field a team in 1918). Just Ohio State retains a active Week 1 streak with 19 wins. A total of 11 of those wins for Alabama have come at sites. They thumped on a Louisville team that was bad last year 51-14 at Orlando. Alabama’s 100 season-opening wins will be the most among the SEC members. Saban brings back 12 starters from last year’s 14-1 team on both sides of the globe. Alabama has three legitimate Heisman contenders in quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (next in last year’s voting), running back Najee Harris and Biletnikoff Award-winning receiver Jerry Jeudy. It is quite likely that Jeudy and Tua go 1-2 in the 2020 NFL Draft. Mel Kiper lately put out his first Big Board for the next draft and had Jeudy rated No. 1 total. Read more here: http://www.scenesdeurope.eu/mma-betting-ufc-betting-mma-line-movement-line-posting/