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SEC Country: Hugh Freeze on Alabama: ‘They Might be Better than they were Last Year’

Coach Hugh Freeze exits Vaught-Hemmingway field with a victory over Wofford. (Photo by Russ Jones)

Alabama has three losses in the last two seasons. Two of them have come against Ole Miss.

But Hugh Freeze and company know they have a tough task on their hands if they are going to beat Alabama for a third consecutive time. No school has beaten Alabama three years in a row since Saban has arrived in Tuscaloosa.

And the Crimson Tide dominating their first two opponents by the score of 90-16, Freeze thinks Alabama can somehow be better than it was last year, when the Crimson Tide won the national championship.

screen-shot-2016-09-12-at-2-06-58-pmscreen-shot-2016-09-12-at-2-07-23-pmFreeze thinks his team is talented as well. The Rebels won 38-13 on Saturday and dominated No. 2 Florida State in the first half as the Rebels held a 28-6 lead. But the game unraveled quickly, and the Rebels lost 45-34 to the Seminoles.

Freeze joked that Ole Miss looked like one of the best teams in the first half of the Florida State game.

screen-shot-2016-09-12-at-2-10-35-pmThe two teams kickoff on Saturday at 3:30 on CBS. The game will be played in Oxford, Miss.

Courtesy of Connor Riley and SEC Country.com

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