Alabama vs.Vanderbilt

  Date: 11/29/1934  
  Score: 34-0  
  Alabama vs. Vanderbilt For the third week in a row, the Tide would shutout their opponent, and in this contest it was the lowly Commodores that fell to the Tide 34-0. James Angelich would open the scoring for the Tide with his short touchdown run in the first. Dixie Howell would follow by scoring on a run from 21 yards out to give Bama a 13-0 lead going into the second quarter. Joe Demyanovich would visit the end zone on a short run in the second to give the Tide a 20-0 halftime lead. Alabama would put the game away in the second half by scoring a pair of touchdowns. Angelich would score first on an interception that was ran back 70 yards to the house, and Howell would score from 15 yards out in the fourth to put an exclamation point on a victory that led to an invitation to play in the Rose Bowl. In what was Dixie Howell's final home game, he had one of his best averaging 40 yards a punt, gaining 124 yards on punt returns, and rushing for another 120 yards against the Commodores. 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.