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Today is … National Mother-in-Law Day (here’s to them, and especially mine).

Today’s Crimson Tide schedule

• Women’s golf: Alabama at Landfall Tradition, Wilmington, N.C., 7:45 a.m. CT, Live Results 

• Men’s basketball: Georgia Tech at Alabama (charity exhibition), noon CT, Live Audio, Live Stats

• Baseball: Southern Miss at Alabama (fall exhibition), 1 p.m.

• Soccer: Auburn at Alabama, 1 p.m., SECN+, Live Stats

• Women’s basketball: Auburn-Montgomery at Alabama (exhibition), 2:30 p.m., Live Stats

Crimson Tide results

Football: Alabama 48, Arkansas 7

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Did you notice?

• Edmonton Eskimos kick returner Christion Jones had to be carried off the field with an injury to his left leg in the second quarter of the 27-24 loss to his former CFL team, the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

• That’s pretty good:

• With Angelica Moresco (69-70/139) leading the field, Kenzie Wright tied for second (71-70/141) and Caroline Curtis, (73-69/142) and Emilie Overås, (73-69/142) both tied for sixth, the No. 13 Alabama women's golf team shot the second round at 10-under par and extended its lead at the Landfall Tradition in North Carolina to 11 strokes. At 13-under par, the Crimson Tide had a healthy lead over No. 9 South Carolina.

• You think?

• We’ll leave you with this …

On this date in Crimson Tide history:

October 27, 1973: Alabama set a national record with 833 total yards in a 77-6 rout of Virginia Tech in a Tuscaloosa night game. Calvin Culliver, Jimmy Taylor, Wilbur Jackson and Richard Todd all rushed for more than 100 yards. – Bryant Museum

October 27, 1989: Mark Barron was born in Mobile, Ala.

Crimson Tide quote of the day:

"Paul Bryant was just tougher than the rest of us. That, plus his ability to make everybody believe in him, made his teams hard to beat." –Texas coach Darrell Royal