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Alabama picks itself off the mat tonight in a get back game with Vanderbilt

Posted on 1/31/23 at 2:33 pm
Posted by Wallacewade04
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Posted on 1/31/23 at 2:33 pm
The sicko game of the week features a humbled Alabama team against a feisty Vanderbilt squad.

What can I say about Alabama's last game that hasn't already been said about chlamydia? Just kidding. Sort of. Alabama struggled to shoot against Mississippi State but was able to out talent the dogs to a three point victory. But that way of playing basketball only takes you so far if the other team is more physical in every phase of the game like Okie was.

The formula for beating Alabama is bigs that can push around Alabama's tall but thin players. If Vanderbilt had Liam Robbins healthy they would have one of the best people to do that job. He's still out with a bone bruise. Can they still be physical enough down low? Or are they going to live and die from beyond the arc?

It figures to be ugly if Alabama stays in a shooting funk. Noah Clowney has failed to hit a three point basket every attempt since late in the Arkansas game. Yeesh. Sicko opportunity tonight.

This post was edited on 1/31/23 at 2:38 pm
Posted by paperwasp
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Member since Sep 2014
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Posted on 1/31/23 at 2:35 pm to


Leonard's Losers tonight:

The Vanderbilt Commodores
Posted by Contra
Member since Oct 2016
7522 posts
Posted on 1/31/23 at 2:40 pm to
I want to see Jerry Stackhouse be Jerry Stackhouse. Doug Shows knows not to cross paths.
Posted by morriscat2
tennessee
Member since Jun 2012
1937 posts
Posted on 1/31/23 at 7:25 pm to
I want Stack himself to suit up and push those thin Bama players out of the paint. Maybe he could grow a beard for special effects.
This post was edited on 1/31/23 at 7:29 pm
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