Alabama Football: Monday Message Board 7/7

Nic GulasSenior Analyst IJuly 7, 2008

Hey Guys,

Ok, so after one month of the Monday Message Board, its time to change the subject. 

 We are going to go off of the current team for a second and take a month to venture into the unmatched history of Alabama Football. 

We all know about what the past of Alabama Football entails, but there are still some opinions to be formed on it. 

To start this month, we are going to look into what goes on every fall Saturday: the game itself. 

So, the question for the week is: What is the most important game in Alabama history in your opinion?

The Tide have played over 1,100 football games in their history, bowls and regular season included, but which one stands out to you?

is it one from the Bryant era?  Was it one of the rivalry games?  Or is it even from last season?  This is all about what was the most important game in your mind. 

Keep in mind, though, that there is a difference between the program's most important game and your favorite game. 

As always, you can leave a comment below, or write your own article on this week's topic. 

That's all for this week guys.

Thanks,

Nic

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