Alabama celebrates 10-year anniversary of last major loss
How good have the Crimson Tide been the last 10 years?
The four national championships speak for themselves, but one stat, posted by a Reddit user, may be even more incredible — it’s officially been 10 years since Alabama has lost by more than 14 points.
On Sept. 30, 2006, Alabama lost 28-13 to Tim Tebow, Chris Leak and the eventual national champion Florida Gators.
Since then, every one of their 23 losses has been by 14 points or less. Only four of those losses were by 14 points.
Nick Saban’s squad is undefeated so far in 2016 and, even if the Tide suffers a loss this year, it’s unlikely to be by more than two touchdowns.