Paul Finebaum sounds the alarm bells about Alabama: 'I'm fairly concerned'
Paul Finebaum sees plenty to be concerned about for Alabama as the Crimson Tide enter a difficult stretch in the schedule starting with this week’s game at Arkansas.
Finebaum explained his points during an appearance on “Get Up” on Wednesday on ESPN.
“Alabama is in a very difficult stretch right now,” Finebaum said. “They have this game, they have A&M next week at home, then they go to Tennessee. It’s really hard to believe they’re going to survive this stretch, especially the road games, based on what we’ve seen from them in recent years.”
Finebaum then cited this year’s Texas game, and 3 of the 4 road games last year, including the loss last year at Texas A&M.
“I’m fairly concerned about Alabama over these next few weeks including Saturday at Fayetteville,” he said.
Alabama has won 14 straight over Arkansas, and leads the all-time series 22-8.
Alabama is listed as a 17.5-point favorite in the game, which is set for a 3:30 p.m. ET kickoff on CBS.