Alabama vs. Michigan: What's Next for the Crimson Tide and Wolverines?

BR StudiosFeatured ColumnistSeptember 2, 2012

The game of the weekend was over virtually before it started.

The No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide rolled over the No. 8 Michigan Wolverines 41-14 in the Cowboys Classic in Arlington, Texas.

A beatdown like that could have a lasting impact on the Wolverines this season, and head coach Brady Hoke's primary job now is to not let the loss beat his team twice. 

On the other sideline, Alabama head coach Nick Saban has his team looking like the favorites to take home the crystal football again in 2012.

Where do the two teams go from here?

SEC lead writer Barrett Sallee and Your Best 11 lead writer Michael Felder discuss in this edition of "The Program."

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