Alabama’s atmosphere for rivalry win over Tennessee stands out to recruits on campus

A dominant second half saw Alabama win the third Saturday in October game against rival Tennessee, a 34-20 victory where the home team outscored the Vols 27-0 over the game’s final 30 minutes.

With each score and third-down stop, the Bryant-Denny Stadium crowd ramped it up notch after notch.

“All I have to say is, this is the loudest I’ve ever heard Alabama,” Meridian (Miss.) High Top247 senior running back Daniel Hill said. That’s quite the acknowledgement as this was already Hill’s third game in Tuscaloosa this fall and the nearby campus is one he’s frequented throughout his process. “Defense played great second half and offense picked up the pace also.”

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