At the point when the Crimson Tide takes on Texas Longhorns in the BCS public title game on Thursday night; Alabama will play for SEC Football’s nineteenth public title. Or on the other hand 36th. Or then again 53rd. Or then again whatever you like. It relies upon they way we decide “public title” with respect to what this complete might be.
Something that is positive is that if the Crimson Tide beats Texas, SEC Football may succeed at least 2 of the 4 significant “public title” prizes for the fourth season straight. The game’s victor is legitimately guaranteed the AFCA National Championship Trophy and the National Football Foundation’s MacArthur Bowl. The victor close emphatically will win the AP’s Paul “Bear” Bryant Trophy and the FWAA’s Grantland Rice Award, too. Visit – บ้านผลบอล
Following are the SEC Football universities that were perceived as the last No. 1 in the three significant surveys. (The AP survey started in ’36, the mentors in 50 and the FWAA in ’54.)
The University of Tennessee Volunteers, 1951: University of Tennessee opened as the No. one gathering in the AP pre-season survey, despite the fact that they were not supreme SEC Football victors.
Reddish-brown University, ’51-Auburn University completed 10-0 by overpowering their adversaries 207-28, with SEC Football’s All-American Jimmy Phillips securing the country’s No. one safeguard.
The Louisiana State University Tigers, 58: The LSU Fighting Tigers took the second match of their 10-0 standard season 13-3 up over University of Alabama in Mobile, Alabama.
The Rebels, 1960-On the rear of All-American quarterback Jake Gibbs, The University of Mississippi Rebels completed 10-0-1 by beating the Rice University Owls 14-6 in the Sugar Bowl.
Alabama, 1961-The first of six SEC Football University of Alabama groups instructed by Paul “Bear” Bryant to head the last AP survey defeated its rivals 287-22 in the standed year to complete No. one altogether around guard and in a similar spot in the last AP and mentors surveys.
The Crimson Tide, ’64: Alabama’s 10-0 standard-season crusade incorporated a 36-6 triumph over the Tulane Green Wave in Mobile, AL.
The University of Alabama Crimson Tide, ’65: University of Alabama completed the SEC Football normal season at 8-1-1, having lost its season-opener by 1 to The UGA Bulldogs and attached with The University of Tennessee Volunteers on the third Saturday of October.