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September 29, 2019
Alabama put on quite the offensive display in its 59-31 win over Ole Miss on Saturday; more accurately, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and receiver DeVonta Smith put on the offensive display.
Those two combined to tie or break six Alabama records in Bryant-Denny Stadium as the Tide advanced to 5-0 on the season. Tagovailoa was his usual accurate self, while Smith seemed unguardable. Postseason hardware may not be on these players’ minds, but they’ll definitely be up for a few if they continue playing at the same level they did on Saturday. (READ MORE) by
It was a record-breaking day for Alabama’s passing game against Ole Miss on Saturday as quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw for a school record six touchdowns and moved into first in Crimson Tide history with 84 career total touchdowns.
Wide receiver DeVonta Smith, meanwhile, broke two single-game school records previously held by Amari Cooper, totaling 274 receiving yards and five touchdowns. Smith also had 11 receptions in Alabama’s 59-31 win. (READ MORE) by Alex Scarborough | ESPN
For all the offense in Saturday’s Alabama win over Ole Miss, it was a busy and wacky day on special teams.
From a muffed punt to a block and a trusty kick off the upright, this 59-31 Crimson Tide win had it all.
Confronted with a list of the positive moments on special teams, Nick Saban took the conversation a different direction. (READ MORE) by Michael Casagrande | AL.com
No. 2 Alabama topped Ole Miss 59-31 on Saturday afternoon in what was a record-setting day at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa went 26-of-36 passing for 418 yards, six passing touchdowns, zero interceptions and one rushing touchdown en route to setting READ MORE) by Barrett Sallee | CBS Sportswith 86. Tagovailoa also set single game Alabama records with seven total touchdowns and six passing scores. Wide receiver DeVonta Smith set a Tide program record with five touchdowns of his own and 274 receiving yards; he caught 11 of Tagovailoa’s passes. (