Nick Saban discussed Mississippi State's passing game and how the team is preparing to defend it this weekend in Starkville during his Wednesday press conference, but what exactly does the Tide need to look out for?
Halfway through a modified SEC season, the Alabama Crimson Tide has navigated its unique schedule without any hiccups. The Crimson Tide is 5-0 and is set to host the 1-3 Mississippi State Bulldogs in Bryant-Denny Stadium this weekend.
Graduate transfer wide receiver Tyrell Shavers is one of several Bulldogs to recently enter the transfer portal with the intention of leaving Starkville. Shavers, transferred to Mississippi State this past summer after graduating from the University of Alabama.
Kadarius Calloway flips his college football commitment from the Mississippi State Bulldogs to the Alabama Crimson Tide. Calloway is a three-star prospect out of Philadelphia High School in Philadelphia, Mississippi. The 247Sports Composite ranks him as the number 24 athlete in the nation and the sixth overall prospect in the state of Mississippi. He becomes the 11th commitment in the 2021 recruiting cycle for the Crimson Tide and his commitment moves Alabama up to the 11th overall recruiting class, according to 247Sports.
Head coaches Lane Kiffin and Mike Leach were among a group of 46 coaches and administrators from Ole Miss, Mississippi State, and six other public Mississippi universities that took to their state capital, on Thursday, to lobby the removal of the rebel flag from the Mississippi state flag.