Revisiting Saturday's win

Saturday's 30-8 victory pushed the Tide record to 7-2 on the year, 4-1 in the Southeastern Conference. Alabama has now won 11 of its last 13 games and the last four games on the road. With the release of Sunday's Associated Press poll, Bama is now rated the 11th best team in the nation.

Tyler Watts scores a touchdown versus the Commodores. With 55 yards rushing Saturday, Watts went over the 1,000-yard mark for his career. (Photo courtesy of Kent Gidley and The University of Alabama)

With Receivers Coach Kenith Pope to his left, Dennis Franchione watches the action from the sidelines. Saturday's contest marked the second straight year that Franchione has taken his team to Nashville. Alabama has won both those games. (Photo courtesy of Jess Nicholas)

Rover Brooks Daniels (18) and cornerback Charlie Peprah (26) tackle the Vanderbilt runner. Daniels had five stops on the day and now leads the Tide with 69 total tackles on the year. (Photo courtesy of Kent Gidley and The University of Alabama)

Ray Hudson (27) maneuvers in traffic. One of Bama's more improved offensive players, Hudson carried the ball eight times for 43 yards Saturday. (Photo courtesy of Jess Nicholas)

With the game well in hand in the fourth quarter, the Alabama bench takes a break. Left to right: Kyle Robinson (43), Evan Mathis (51), Marico Portis (71), Alonzo Ephraim (58), Wesley Britt (70) and Santonio Beard (34). (Photo courtesy of Jess Nicholas)

Defensive end Kindal Moorehead (54) sacks the Commodore quarterback. One of three senior starters on the Tide defensive line, Moorehead has 33 tackles, five sacks and 17 quarterback hurries this season. (Photo courtesy of Jess Nicholas)

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