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TUSCALOOSA — The freight train that is No. 2 Alabama continued its domination of inferior competition Saturday. The Tide got its 84th straight victory over non-ranked opponents following Saturday’s 62-10 rout of New Mexico State in the Crimson Tide’s home opener from Bryant-Denny Stadium.

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TUSCALOOSA — Former Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts was the talk of the college football world — including in and around his old stomping grounds of Tuscaloosa — after leading the nation with a career-best 508 yards of total offense in his first game as Oklahoma’s starting quarterback on Sunday night.

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