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Analysts talk about where Crimson Tide can attack Clemson and have success


Welcome to SEC Country’s daily  Alabama Crimson Tide podcast  with Ryan Fowler. In this edition, we talk with Barton Simmons from 247Sports about Alabama’s recruiting class and more. Also, Kirk Herbstreit shares some thoughts on Alabama and Clemson.

Topics discussed:

  • ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit shares his thoughts on Alabama and Clemson and how he expects the Crimson Tide to attack the Tigers in the Sugar Bowl. Audio is courtesy of Marq Burnett from SEC Country.
  • College football expert and NFL draft evaluator Mike Detiller from WWL 870 in New Orleans talks in-depth about the College Football Playoff.
  • Some early thoughts on the Clemson-Alabama matchup.
  • Detillier talks about Clemson’s strengths and where the Tide might try to attack the Tigers defense.
  • Detillier also shares some areas that need improvement for Alabama to have success against Clemson.
  • National recruiting expert Barton Simmons from 247Sports shares his analysis of the Alabama-Clemson matchup.
  • Simmons provides an update on Crimson Tide recruiting and where the Tide will end up ranked at the end of this recruiting cycle.

Miss a previous edition? Find every episode of SEC Country’s daily Alabama Crimson Tide podcast  right here

 

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