The 1994 Alabama team is one that is often overlooked in terms of being a truly great modern-era Tide squad (12-1, No. 4). That year, Jay Barker had morphed from the smiling church guy who handed the ball off into a legitimate threat at quarterback. The defense was vintage Stallings. The skills positions were loaded. The offense was lethal when need be.
Along the way to its third SEC West title and a No. 4 final ranking, Alabama would avenge the previous year’s tie against Tennessee on the road in Neyland in a game that was vintage SEC defense.
The team would record a one-point shootout win in a deafening night game against Eric Zeier’s George Bulldogs. Until Arkansas came to town five years later, I don’t think there was a louder moment in Bryant Denny Stadium in the 90s.


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