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After nine years of smoke billowing from the end of Alabama victory cigars, the “Third Saturday in October” could finally have its fire back.
Alabama has won its previous nine meetings against rival Tennessee, a streak that began when head coach Nick Saban took over the Crimson Tide in 2007. However, this year should offer a little more excitement, as the Volunteers field their best team in years for a preview of the SEC title game.