2013 Alabama Football Tickets for November Games Still Available at i-Deal Tickets

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Coach Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide host the LSU Tigers in a huge conference clash on November 9. The Tide travel to Starkville to face off against the Mississippi State Bulldogs on November 16.

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Alabama looked a little vulnerable after that game against Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M, but since then have looked nearly unstoppable.

It is becoming increasingly obvious that the machine Nick Saban has created at the University of Alabama is not slowing down anytime soon.

While the rest of the SEC West has dropped off one by one, the Crimson Tide have taken care of business on all fronts, marching to a perfect 7-0 record with just over a month left in the season.

According to i-Deal Tickets marketing manager Brent Larsen, fans with Alabama football tickets sense that another national title berth is very attainable.

“Alabama looked a little vulnerable after that game against Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M, but since then have looked nearly unstoppable,” Larsen said. “At the same time, the rest of the SEC seems to be knocking each other off, so the Crimson Tide are sitting very comfortably at the moment.”

In fact, the Crimson Tide’s biggest match-ups last season, Texas A&M and LSU, have each dropped two games already this season. Only the Auburn Tigers remain within one game of Alabama in the division standings.

While LSU has fallen two games behind Alabama in the conference standings, the Bayou Bengals still represent a serious upcoming challenge for Saban and his staff. LSU knocked off the Tide in Tuscaloosa two years ago, and still have the talent and athleticism to pull off the upset this time around.

“Fans with Alabama football tickets cannot come into Bryant-Denny Stadium expecting an automatic win,” Larsen said. “LSU is going to treat this like their biggest game of the season, so the Tide need to bring that same focus into the matchup.”

Few quarterbacks have been more consistent than A.J. McCarron, who is on his way to his finest season as a member of the Tide. With 7,543 yards in his career, McCarron is just a few hundred yards behind John Parker Wilson for the all-time school passing record.

Running back T.J. Yeldon is living up to the promise he showed as a true freshman a season ago. He has been at his best in some of Alabama’s biggest games, with 100-yard performances against Texas A&M, Ole Miss and Kentucky. Sophomore Kenyan Drake has emerged as a steady second rushing option behind Yeldon.

After a miserable performance against Texas A&M in the second game of the season, the Crimson Tide defense has been dominant, allowing no more than seven points in each of their last five victories. LB C.J. Mosley is putting together a terrific senior season, with 58 tackles and three pass breakups, and should be on the shortlist for linebacker postseason honors. DL A’Shawn Robinson has made a huge impact in his first season in Tuscaloosa, leading the Tide with four sacks on the season.

With the team continually in the mix for the national championship, Alabama football tickets will always be one of the hottest commodities in all of college football, and the Tide look to extend their historic over the next five weeks.

i-Deal Tickets is a premiere ticket broker in Alabama for all Crimson Tide tickets. Visit http://i-dealtickets.com/ to find tickets to any Crimson Tide event.

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