Alabama Crimson Tide Football: Early Exit from SEC Tournament. Alabama made its exit from the SEC Tournament earlier than it 

was hoping for after being dominated by No. 7 seed Missouri, 10-1, Sunday afternoon at the Hoover Met Stadium in Hoover, 

Alabama. It was the first time since 1999 that Alabama didn’t advance past the first round of the SEC Tournament. Alabama will

now turn its attention to postseason play and prepare to face No. 2 seed Florida in the NCAA Softball Tuscaloosa Regional on 

Saturday at Rhoads Stadium in Tuscaloosa at 6 p.m.. The winner of this weekend’s game will advance to face the winner of No. 

Despite an early exit from last year’s SEC Tournament, Alabama’s title defense in 2017 was largely viewed as a success. As one of 

only two teams to finish inside of ESPN’s Power Rankings top 10 (the other being Florida State), Nick Saban appeared to have his

Crimson Tide headed in the right direction. For example, they were ranked No. 1 at both ESPN and CBS after a 20-point win 

over Florida, but dropped down to No. ? Time will tell if Alabama can bounce back, but let’s take a look at what went wrong against

Missouri.Alabama Crimson Tide Football: Early Exit from SEC Tournament? Time will tell if Alabama can bounce back, but let’s

take a look at what went wrong against Missouri. At least on paper, it seemed like Alabama would handle their business in 

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