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Do you know the last time that the Alabama Crimson Tide didn’t win at least 11 games in the regular season? 

If you can’t remember you are probably not alone, as Alabama has won at least 11 games in each of the last seven seasons. 

If you think the Crimson Tide are a lock to win at least 11 games again in 2018 then you may want to get in now on the 2018 season win total that is listed at 10.5 at BetDSI.
2018 Alabama Crimson Tide Regular Season Win Total
Over 10.5 (-130)
Under 10.5 (+100)

The Crimson Tide enter the 2018 season as one of the favorites to win the National Championship. Alabama is the defending national champion and they have won the title in two of the last three seasons. Head coach Nick Saban has another powerhouse this season, with an excellent running back in Damien Harris, a veteran offensive line, another great defense and a quarterback in Tua Tagovailoa who looked great in last year’s title game.

2018 SEC Win Totals

2018 Alabama Crimson Tide Schedule Analysis

Sept. 1 vs. Louisville (Orlando, Florida)
You might think that this game against Louisville could be a potential land mine for the Crimson Tide, but this year’s Louisville team is not last year’s team. The Cardinals no longer have Lamar Jackson and most of their starters on defense have to be replaced.  The Crimson Tide are expected to be at least 30-point favorites in this contest. You can forget about a loss for Alabama in the opener.

Sept. 8 vs. Arkansas State
The Red Wolves are not a bad team, but they are still a team from the Sun Belt and those types of teams don’t go on the road and beat Alabama.  The Tide will be 2-0 after this one.

Sept. 15 at Mississippi
It was ugly last year in this game at Alabama, with the Crimson Tide winning 66-3. It should be closer this time around, but it is still hard to see Ole Miss pulling off the upset.

Sept. 22 vs. Texas A&M
The Aggies may eventually be good enough under Jimbo Fisher to compete with Alabama, but not yet.  The Crimson Tide won 24-7 against the Aggies in Atlanta last year and this game will be in Tuscaloosa.

Sept. 29 vs. Louisiana
This game should see some scoring, as Louisiana has former Alabama offensive coordinator Billy Napier, but the Ragin’ Cajuns don’t have the defense to contain the Crimson Tide.  Alabama should be 5-0 when this one is over.

Oct. 6 at Arkansas
It is hard to see the Razorbacks turning the corner in one season under Chad Morris. The Hogs went 4-8 last year and just 1-7 in the SEC.  This game might be more interesting than some people expect, but the Hogs don’t have the defense to contain Alabama.

Oct. 13 vs. Missouri
The Tigers have an explosive offense led by quarterback Drew Luck who led the SEC in passing, but this is a home game for Alabama and they don’t lose at home very often.

Oct. 20 at Tennessee
This game sounds like one that could be a problem for Alabama, but Tennessee is in transition, as they have a new head coach in Jeremy Pruitt.  The Vols may be improved, but they are still not anywhere near Alabama in terms of talent.

Nov. 3 at LSU
The Crimson Tide gets an extra week to get ready for their toughest road game of the season.  The Tigers have an excellent defense that should be able to give Alabama trouble. The Crimson Tide pulled out a 24-10 win last season against the Tigers.  This is one of the only games on the Alabama schedule that can’t automatically be chalked up as a win.

Nov. 10 vs. Mississippi State
This could be a tough home game for Alabama, as the Bulldogs bring back a lot of talent, especially on offense.  The Bulldogs will have a new head coach in Joe Moorhead, but he has the talent to win right away.  Last year it was Alabama winning 31-24 in Starkville.

Nov. 17 vs. The Citadel
This is a sure win for the Tide before next week’s Iron Bowl.

Nov. 24 vs. Auburn
The Crimson Tide will be looking for revenge after losing last year 26-14 to the Tigers.  The Tigers are excellent on defense and they still have Jarrett Stidham running the offense.

If you look at the 2018 schedule for Alabama it is hard to envision them losing more than one game and it is easy to see them going undefeated.  Over the total of 10.5 looks to be a good play at BetDSI.

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