Alabama vs.Mississippi State

 
  Date: 10/13/1934  
  Score: 41-0  
  Alabama vs. Mississippi State The Maroons of Mississippi State would prove to be nothing but a speed bump in the Tide's run for the 1934 national championship, as Bama would win a rout 41-0. The Tide would score a pair of first quarter touchdowns on a 48 yard James Angelich run, and again on a Riley Smith interception that he ran back 64 yards to the house. Bama would visit the end zone two more times in the second on an 11 yard touchdown pass from Roy White to Paul "Bear" Bryant and on an 80 Young Boozer kickoff return. After a scoreless third, Bama would again put up a pair of touchdowns in the fourth. The first of these came after Riley Smith recovered a State fumble on the Bama 24. Boozer would then run 76 yards to the house on the ensuing play, and then he would score again on an 8 yard run as time expired. The 1934 squad would finish the season with a record of 10-0, as SEC champions, and as national champions after defeating Stanford in the Rose Bowl for head coach Frank Thomas.