Nick Saban blasts Alabama defense after Arkansas rout

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He went 10-for-12 with 334 yards and four touchdowns, and he was averaging 27.8 yards per pass. This is the most points Alabama has allowed in the first half. "I thought we executed our game plan very well and I thought that (offensive coordinator Joe) Craddock and our offensive staff did a great job putting the plan together". "And we're going to have to get some other players to develop and be able to play for us". Storey added 36 yards rushing but lost two fumbles.

"I don't think that you really beat the other team when you give up 31 points, like we did today, at least on the defensive perspective", Saban said, via ESPN.


A potential SEC Championship Game for Alabama may come against Georgia, which is listed at 6-1 to win the national title.

Alabama starting cornerback Trevon Diggs has a broken foot and is out indefinitely, coach Nick Saban announced on Monday. Made a lot of mistakes on defense. Senior tailback Damien Harris ran for 111 yards and two TDs while receiver Jerry Jeudy and tight end Irv Smith Jr. combined for 258 yards receiving and three TDs. They're the biggest threat by far, especially with Oklahoma losing, Clemson with a true freshman quarterback and Georgia hasn't played anybody yet. They're running the ball for over 200 yards a game and they're one of the leading passing teams in the country.


He opened the game with a insane stat line: He threw 2-for-2 for 123 yards and two touchdowns. The student section was half-full for Alabama's 56-14 home victory over Louisiana Lafayette last week.

Ty Storey threw an 8-yard pass to Cheyenne O'Grady to put the Razorbacks on the board. Storey had his second TD pass of the day when he found De'Vion Warren from 17 yards out; then with 13 seconds left, Kelley went in from a yard out.


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