Alabama vs.Sewanee

  Date: 10/30/1920  
  Score: 21-0  
  Alabama vs. Sewanee Alabama ventured off campus for the first time all season, but only as far as Birmingham to face conference rival Sewanee and alabama cruised in the game by the score of 21-0. Alabama had 150 yards of penalties called against them in the game helping to keep the score down. 3 long touchdown runs were all called back due to holding penalties. Riggs Stephenson scored the first touchdown on a 12 yard off tackle run. Luke Sewell passed to E.B. Lenoir for a 45 yard touchdown late in the third and the final score was made by Stephenson on a 53 yard interception. Stephenson was the star of the game with is 2 touchdowns and also his 286 yards rushing. Lenoir also had 212 yards on the ground. The 1920 squad finished the season 10-1 for coach Xen Scott.