It’s been a full decade since Nick Saban and Alabama lost two games in a row, with the last time occurring in the 2013 season.
Alabama lost its regular-season finale at No. 4 Auburn in the infamous Kick-Six game. Auburn went on to play in the national championship against Florida State.
Alabama was selected to play in the Sugar Bowl against No. 13 Oklahoma, which it also lost, 45-31.
When Did Alabama Lose 3 Games In a Row?
Alabama hasn’t lost three games in a row since the very beginning of the Nick Saban dynasty. The Crimson Tide went 0-4 in Nov. 2007, losing games to No. 3 LSU, Mississippi State, UL Monroe, and No. 25 Auburn.
LSU eventually won the BCS national championship to cap the infamous 2007 season.
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