All-time series history: Alabama has historically dominated Kentucky

Alabama will hit the road to take on Kentucky in a late-season SEC matchup. The Crimson Tide is playing with hopes of boosting its resume to make the College Football Playoff and the Wildcats are looking to make the most of what’s left of the regular season.

Overall, the Tide is expected to win, but that’s nothing out of the ordinary when it comes to this contest.

Historically, Alabama has dominated Kentucky. The teams have met 41 times since their initial face-off in 1917, a game that the Tide won 27-0.

The Wildcats have won only two matchups, one game ended in a tie, and Alabama won a total of 38.

In 2020, Alabama took down Kentucky with a score of 63-3, which was the largest margin of victory in the series’ history.

In this Week 11, lopsided matchup, the Crimson Tide will look to make it 39 wins over the SEC East opponent.

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