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The Aggie coaches talk about consistency of preparation as they get ready to take on the nation's number one team in Tuscaloosa on Saturday.
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Who is McCarron's backup?
Can their defense last for 90+ high-tempo plays? (I know, we may only run 45.)
Will last week's win at LSU affect them in any way? They did nothing for about 28 minutes of the second half before coming alive for one incredible game-winning TD drive. Overwhelmed with luck? A feeling of destiny? LSU's fault? No effect?
This post was edited by On The Mark on 11/6/2012 at 6:54 PM
play hard, pray always, believe it is possible, provided we win the turnover, penalty battle. Alabama is a tough and well coached to the man, play as the complete package readiness. they are to be respected in awe. but impossible does happen occasionally. perhaps as soon as this coming Saturday. gig 'em once for ole' sarge and the misery we suffered more than joy. best to all. leave the results on the field no matter whom wins.
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