The Crimson Tide remains fourth-and-perfect.
Alabama has converted all 11 of its fourth-down attempts this season. It knocked out two against Tennessee on Saturday in Bryant-Denny Stadium through the third quarter. Both happened in the first half, split between the quarters, and both ended in the end zone.
Facing fourth down at the end of the Crimson Tide’s first drive, running back Bo Scarbrough scored on a 1-yard touchdown run. Alabama brought out its offensive jumbo package to pull that off. The same exact thing happened in the second quarter.
The most Alabama has gone for it in a single game was three times against Ole Miss.
Entering Saturday’s game, Alabama was tied for No. 1 in the nation with Michigan and Miami. They all held a 100-percent conversion rate. Michigan had five fourth-down conversions. Miami had two.