Welcome to SEC Country’s daily Alabama Crimson Tide podcast with Ryan Fowler. In this edition, we wrapped up our final edition with several salutes and a breakdown of why I think Alabama will win the national title in 2018.
Topics discussed:This is my final Alabama Crimson Tide Podcast for SEC Country, as many of you know the website will be shut down in the next few days.Thank you for allowing this podcast to be a part of your day over the last couple of years.Why I think Alabama will win the national title again this year while attempting something that has never been done in college football history.Why I think Alabama will have an explosive offense this year led by Tua Tagovailoa and many talented skill position players.Strength of schedule is favorable for the Crimson Tide, but we discuss why Alabama needs another team in the SEC West to step up in 2018.Why Nick Saban is the greatest coach in the history of college football and why he is the difference for the 2018 season.Thank you again to the amazing staff at SEC Country that helped me with this podcast, and most importantly you for listening daily. We are looking at several options to continue doing the Alabama Crimson Tide podcast on a different platform, so make sure you connect with me on the social networks for the announcement soon.Connect with Ryan Fowler on Twitter @RyanCFowler for daily coverage of Alabama football including a four-hour daily show that originates in Tuscaloosa on Tide 102.9 each weekday from 2-6 p.m. The show can be streamed live on the website, Tide1029.com and via a free Tide 102.9 app.Also, like and follow my Facebook page for an announcement coming soon.The Alabama Crimson Tide podcast on Thursday featured former Alabama linebacker, Cory Reamer, who shared some inside stories of playing for Nick Saban and winning a national championship in 2009.
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