College Football Analyst Reveals Biggest 'Concern' With Alabama

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Over the weekend, the Alabama Crimson Tide won over the Texas Longhorns by a final score of 20–19.

It was a tough game that could have ended in a loss to Alabama if Texas started quarterback Quinn Ivers did not leave the game in the first half with an injury.

After taking a few days to digest the game,

College football analyst Joel Klatt is officially concerned about one thing Alabama is about – playing on the street.

"They got a double-digit win against Florida, they lost against Texas A&M,

They beat Mississippi State badly and then they had four overtime games against Auburn,” Klatt said.

"Three out of four they didn't play well... it's a trend now for this version of 'Bama that's not pleasing'."

Alabama has consecutive home games over the next two weeks before moving to Arkansas for a game against a talented Razorbacks team on October 1.

Tide also has road games against Tennessee,

LSU and Ole Miss.

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