For better and for worse, these plays caught my eye
The second year player showed why he was a 5 star recruit out of high school.
The high-powered Ohio State offense didn’t get the chance to keep up with Alabama
One start down, one to go
The Louisiana native tends to have some of his best performances against LSU.
28% of LSU’s yards came on those two plays.
Young only had two passes, but he made the most of them.
The true freshman has earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors twice already.
The staff used Bolden in some similar ways to Waddle.
Air it out? Grind it out? This Crimson Tide offense can, and will, do both.
It was not a great outing for the Alabama defense
Don’t act like you don’t know the name
The true freshman had an impressive debut
The staff utilized Waddle in a variety of ways.
The redshirt sophomore will be in a tough competition for the one vacant spot on the offensive line.
The redshirt junior has some big shoes to fill.
The physical Jobe could feature heavily in a revamped defense.
Did you know you can write 3000 words about penalties?
Will the freshman be able to hold onto his starting role in 2020 with the return of Dylan Moses and Josh McMillon?
Jones had some costly plays, but he bounced back.
Freshman linebacker continues to improve.
Harris racked up 190 yards on 22 touches against LSU.
The redshirt junior has been dominant.
He’s done an excellent job getting into the opponent’s backfield.
The true freshman has looked good in his back-up role.
The oft-overlooked receiver is having quite the season.
There are some growing pains, but the potential is apparent.
Shane Lee and Christian Harris had fine debuts against Duke.