Alabama football legend reacts to SEC win, win playoff berth

Nick Saban has led the Alabama soccer team to another SEC championship, and several Crimson Tide legends are excited with how Alabama performed.

The Alabama Crimson Tide has claimed the SEC crown once again, and some Alabama football legends are loving what they’re seeing.

After falling behind Georgia Bulldogs very early on, Alabama came back to win big. The Crimson Tide was, at one point, leading Georgia 10-0, but that was when the Alabama quarterback Bryce Young Had His Heisman Moment.

Alabama scored 24 points in the second quarter and simply never looked back. The Crimson Tide kept scoring after scoring while Georgia bombarded. Alabama went on to win 41-24 in a game that could have been worse than it is now.

Alabama Soccer: The Crimson Tide Legend Reacts To Alabama Winning The 2021 SEC Championship Game

Jaylen Waddle and Jerry Jeudy, two incredibly talented and outstanding receivers who played for the Crimson Tide, are familiar with what it takes to be a great wide receiver. Meaning they will be proud of how seemingly unstoppable Jameson Williams is against the Bulldogs.

Bradley Bozeman, who played on Alabama’s front line from 2013 to 2017, had some pretty good predictions for how the SEC Championship Game would play out.

And of course, Alabama’s first Heisman winner, Mark Ingram, is on a ball with the Crimson Tide winning the SEC once again.

Marlon Humphrey, a former defensive linebacker for Alabama, pondered Georgia’s background.

Next for the Crimson Tide? College football tournament.

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