Alabama has a tough four-game stretch coming up, but Minkah Fitzpatrick isn't too worried about it.
Alabama has already throttled USC in a neutral site game and beaten Ole Miss on the road via a remarkable comeback, but things are about to get even tougher for the Crimson Tide.
Alabama visit No. 16 Arkansas on Saturday to kick off a rather brutal four-game stretch. Next up is a trip to Neyland Stadium to take on the No. 9 Volunteers before finally returning home the following week to take on No. 8 Texas A&M. Alabama will play visitor to LSU on Nov. 5 to close out the stretch.
There is no debating that the next four games for Alabama are tough, but it has been here before and defensive back Minka Fitzpatrick let everyone know that No. 1 Alabama is rolling:
On Monday, ESPN's Paul Finebaum shared that the upcoming four-game stretch for the Crimson Tide is the toughest in all of college football based on ESPN's FPI :
Alabama has shown us a lot already this season, but now that it gets into the thick of things in SEC play we will really see what this team is all about.
Alabama and Arkansas will kick off at 7:00 p.m. EST on Saturday and can be seen on ESPN.