I disagree. Bama has 7 or 8 future NFL starters on offense and 5-6 on defense. An NFL team has 11 on both sides. Not to mention, Bama would be facing a team with just as big, strong, and fast of players (at every position) that they have for the first time ever. Learning curve there. Big one. An NFL team would score damn near every possession vs Bama's D. Jaguars 41 Bama 20.
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Maybe. I’d take the points, though.