2013 did not end the way that the Alabama Crimson Tide would had envisioned. After having their sights locked in on a third consecutive BCS National Championship Game appearance and a potential match up with the Florida State Seminoles, the Tide dropped their final game of the season to the Auburn Tigers, knocking them out of the SEC title race. They then followed that up with a decisive loss to the Oklahoma Sooners in the Sugar Bowl.
Now, in 2014, they are looking to bounce back from that disappointment and get back to what Alabama Football knows how to do best–dominate.
To do this, though, they need to replace some key pieces on both sides of the ball, including QB AJ McCarron and LB CJ Mosley.
So how are they going to get back to those ways? Have a look here at what the experts over at Campus Insiders believe they must do:
With Nick Saban at the helm, it’s completely possible that this team returns to form in 2014.