Alabama recorded SEC shutouts in consecutive games for the first time since 1980 with the 24-0 win over Mississippi State on Saturday.
The game drew a few different perspectives, mostly from the Mississippi media since there wasn’t a major national presence in Bryant-Denny Stadium for this one.
A taste of what was written in the aftermath of the Crimson Tide’s 11th straight win over the Bulldogs:
— Bama beats MSU with defense, questionable calls (Clarion-Ledger)
— A moral victory is the best you can hope for vs. Alabama (Clarion-Ledger)
— No. 1 Alabama uses quick start to blank No. 18 MSU (Columbus Dispatch)
— Situation goes wrong: Top-ranked Tide too much for Bulldogs (Starkville Daily News)
— Saban of Tide respects play of Bulldogs (Starkville Daily News)
— Alabama pitches another shutout (Northwest Mississippi Daily Journal)
— Bulldogs were shutout of game where they failed to execute (The Reflector)