Roll Tide Wire staff predictions for Alabama vs. New Mexico State

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For obvious reasons, the Alabama vs. New Mexico State game isn’t the most anticipated matchup of the weekend. I do think that Alabama’s performance last week has Tide fans a little more intrigued than before.

The Crimson Tide faithful are looking for the team to get back to its more dominating ways this Saturday against a much inferior opponent in New Mexico State. The Aggies sit with an abysmal 1-8 record this season.

Alabama should have no problem handling the Aggies.

Check out the Roll Tide Wire’s staff predictions!

Staff predicts the game

Alabama (-51.5)

Record ATS

Winner

Record Overall

AJ Spurr

Alabama

4-2

Alabama

5-1

Stacey Blackwood

Alabama

3-3

Alabama

5-1

Layne Gerbig

Alabama

3-3

Alabama

5-1

AJ Spurr

Alabama has three games remaining, with the final two against SEC opponents that cannot be overlooked. Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide will use the New Mexico State game as an opportunity to get things in order. Anticipate some new looks from the offense and defense.

Alabama 56, New Mexico State 6

Stacey Blackwood

Alabama shouldn’t have much problem with the 1-8 Aggies. Sound, fundamental football is all I am looking for from the Tide. Don’t be surprised if some new faces emerge in the lineup.

Alabama 63, New Mexico State 6

Layne Gerbig

This game will likely play as a scrimmage. Alabama will look to polish up their game and take corrective action before continuing SEC play against Arkansas and Auburn. Don’t expect an exciting nail-biter here.

Alabama 52, New Mexico State 7

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