Alabama vs.Sewanee

  Date: 10/5/1934  
  Score: 35-6  
  Alabama vs. Sewanee A week after defeating Howard in Tuscaloosa to open the 1934 season, Bama would travel to Montgomery's Cramton Bowl and defeat the Sewanee Tigers by a score of 35-6. Millard "Dixie" Howell would open Bama's scoring with his first quarter touchdown run. On the Tigers following possession, James Angelich would intercept a pass and run it back 23 yards to the house. Sewanee would answer in the second by intercepting a Roy White pass and running it back 87 yards for a touchdown to cut the lead in half. Bama would respond by scoring a pair of third quarter touchdowns and never look back. Howell would score the first of these touchdowns on a 61 yard run, and Joe Demyanovich would follow suit with his own touchdown plunge to close the third. Young Boozer would then close the Tide's scoring with a 1 yard touchdown plunge in the fourth. 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.