Auburn vs Alabama Live Stream: Watch Iron Bowl Online

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Head coach Gus Malzahn and the Auburn Tigers have their work cut out for them this week against the SEC’s top rushing defense in Alabama. The Crimson Tide allow just 69.4 rushing yards per game, first in the conference. The Tigers average 297.8 rushing yards per game, first in the conference. It will be interesting to see how each team fares as they boast strong units on both sides of the ball.

The Crimson Tide are still undefeated at 11-0. They’ve remained largely unchallenged all season long. Their closest victory has been by five points, when they beat the Ole Miss Rebels 48-43 in a comeback win.

The Alabama offense is led by freshman Jalen Hurts. Hurts has 2,139 passing yards, 18 passing touchdowns, 803 rushing yards, and 11 rushing touchdowns on the season.

The defense is led by a plethora of names. Linebacker Tim Williams leads the team with eight sacks with defensive end Jonathan Allen right behind him with seven. Five different defensive players for Alabama have scored at least one defensive touchdown.

The Auburn Tigers have been the surprise team of the SEC at 5-2 in the conference. They are 8-3 this season with losses against Clemson, Texas A&M, and Georgia. They look to play season spoiler this Saturday in the Iron Bowl.

The Tigers could be without starting quarterback Sean White for their big game this week. They usually play well when he’s on the field. Along with White, the Tigers also have running backs Kerryon Johnson and Kamryn Pettway out of the backfield.

Pettway is the SEC’s third leading rusher with 1,103 rushing yards on the year. Johnson has 823 rushing yards and leads the team with 11 rushing touchdowns.

Here is all the game information.

Date: Saturday, November 26, 2016

Location: Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, AL

Time: 3:30 p.m. EST

Spread:  Alabama -18

Over/Under: 47

TV Channel: CBS

Live Stream: SEC Live

The Tigers haven’t beaten Alabama since 2013, when the infamous “Kick Six” happened. If the Tigers can keep things close, who knows what might happen.

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