5 statistical reasons why 2022 Crimson Tide could be better than 2021: All Things CW

Christopher Walsh’s All Things CW notes column will appear in five parts this week, one each day like Alabama. The Crimson Tide is enjoying a bye week.

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Take 4

The 2021 Alabama Crimson Tide was considered one of the best teams in program history. If it had avoided an injury or two and not played in the national championship game with its top two receivers and both starting cornerbacks, it might have been a little different.

The season also featured the first Crimson Tide quarterback to win the Heisman Trophy.


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