Stoops Says Bama Has No Weakness

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Updated: 10/10/2013 12:10 am
Nick Saban and company are pretty solid from top to bottom on both sides of the ball.

Plenty of depth for the Tide who can play you any way you want to play...and then beat you at your own game.

And the Cats have to somehow prepare for the Tide this Saturday...not an easy task by any means especially without defensive end Bud Dupree as Jason Hatcher steps up to fill his void.

Texas A&M learned the hard way.  Bama outscored the Aggies 49-42.  Mississippi wanted less offense...25-0 Tide.

So what's the chink in Alabama's armor and how can the Cats exploit it?

Stoops on that in the video.
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