Crimson Tide won't write off Auburn ahead of the Iron Bowl - wave3.com-Louisville News, Weather & Sports

Crimson Tide won't write off Auburn ahead of the Iron Bowl

Source: University of Alabama Source: University of Alabama
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) -

No. 2 ranked Alabama prepares to take on an Auburn team that has yet to win an SEC game this season. While Crimson Tide fans have already written off the 3-8 Tigers head coach, Nick Saban, was quick to bring everyone back to earth. 

"We are not in any conversations about anything other than the game we are playing," Saban said. "Unless we win the next game, we don't have another game. We are trying to work our way into a conversation by how we play. We are not trying to hold a position. We are trying to create one." 

The Alabama football program continues to emphasize ignoring outside talk. Although it's close to impossible to shutout all the noise, the team said their only focused on Auburn.

"We're not fans so we are focused on this game," said C.J. Mosley. "We just try to focus on every week and each game that we are playing." 

The 77th Iron Bowl will kickoff at 2:30 Saturday afternoon in Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Copyright 2012 WBRC. All rights reserved.

  • SEC FootballSEC CoverageMore>>

  • BREAKING

    Ole Miss football announces one-year postseason ban following new NCAA violations

    Ole Miss football announces one-year postseason ban following new NCAA violations

    Wednesday, February 22 2017 7:54 PM EST2017-02-23 00:54:04 GMT
    (Source: Austin McAfee)(Source: Austin McAfee)

    The University of Mississippi has announced the NCAA's has completed their investigation and the school has received a notice of allegations.  In a YouTube video released by the university, Chancellor Jeffery Vitter, Vice Chancellor for Intercollegiate Athletics Ross Bjork and Head Football Coach Hugh Freeze outlined the violations.  Ole Miss received its original notice of allegations on Jan. 30 2016. There were 13 violations tied to the football program. ...

    More >>

    The University of Mississippi has announced the NCAA's has completed their investigation and the school has received a notice of allegations.  In a YouTube video released by the university, Chancellor Jeffery Vitter, Vice Chancellor for Intercollegiate Athletics Ross Bjork and Head Football Coach Hugh Freeze outlined the violations.  Ole Miss received its original notice of allegations on Jan. 30 2016. There were 13 violations tied to the football program. ...

    More >>
  • LSU defensive end Arden Key taking time away from football

    LSU defensive end Arden Key taking time away from football

    LSU junior defensive end Arden Key is stepping away from football for personal reasons. 

    More >>

    LSU junior defensive end Arden Key is stepping away from football for personal reasons. 

    More >>
  • Dak Prescott to hold youth football camp in Starkville

    Dak Prescott to hold youth football camp in Starkville

    Wednesday, February 15 2017 1:26 PM EST2017-02-15 18:26:11 GMT
    SOURCE: Sporting NewsSOURCE: Sporting News

    The one-day adidas Dak Prescott Football ProCamp will be held on June 20th from 9:00 AM – 12:30 PMat Mississippi State University. Participants will learn fundamental football skills and have the opportunity to meet and interact with the star quarterback. Each participant will receive a souvenir autograph from Dak and a team photo with Dak.

    More >>

    The one-day adidas Dak Prescott Football ProCamp will be held on June 20th from 9:00 AM – 12:30 PMat Mississippi State University. Participants will learn fundamental football skills and have the opportunity to meet and interact with the star quarterback. Each participant will receive a souvenir autograph from Dak and a team photo with Dak.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly