Alabama vs.Kentucky

 
  Date: 11/3/1934  
  Score: 34-14  
  Alabama vs. Kentucky In what was Alabama's first road game of the 1934 season, the Tide traveled to Lexington and defeated the Wildcats by a score of 34-14. Bama would get on the board early by scoring a pair of first quarter touchdowns. Don Hutson would score first touchdown on a 20 yard run, and Tilden Campbell would score next on a 3 yard run. Joe Riley would visit the endzone on a 16 yard run in the second quarter. Bama would close their scoring in the fourth with a pair of touchdowns scored by Paul Bryant (11 yard run) and Young Boozer (38 yard reception from Joe Riley). 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.