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Alabama Gets Job Done On The Road

AJ McCarron

It is not impossible for Kentucky to beat Alabama in Lexington. It was just impossible for THIS Kentucky to beat THIS Alabama anywhere. The Crimson Tide's 48-7 win Saturday night gave the Crimson Tide an all-time record of 36-2-1 against the Wildcats. And to be honest, it might be a long time before Kentucky can beat Alabama in football anywhere.

Alabama has lost to Kentucky twice in Lexington, but Bama's all-time record on the Wildcats home field improved to 15-2. (The Crimson Tide also has a 1-0 record against the Cats in Louisville.) But the Wildcats shouldn't feel too bad about Bama getting the win on the Kentucky home turf (which isn't blue grass). Alabama now has a 17-game winning streak away from Bryant-Denny Stadium, which is... Recommended Stories