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Alabama 17-3 Triumph: A Game for the Ages

by Soyed Abdul Monem
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A success is a success, I surmise however it sure was a monstrous one for Scratch Saban and the Alabama Red Tide as they brought down the South Florida Bulls 17-3 on Saturday from Tampa.

Once more the narrative of the game for Alabama was conflicting play from the Ruby Tide offense. Notwithstanding making the quarterback change from Jalen Milroe to Tyler Buchner, the offense faltered for the majority of the challenge.

Redshirt first-year recruit Ty Simpson would ultimately enter the game late in the subsequent quarter and stay the Alabama quarterback all through the challenge.

Alabama’s safeguard fulfilled their part of the arrangement holding USF to only three focuses on the evening.

Sadly, Alabama apparently leaves Tampa with additional inquiries than a response to heading into SEC play.

As we process the appalling success, we should see a few top focus points from Saturday’s matchup.

Game Changer: Tommy Rees Saves the Offense

We are only three games into the Tommy Rees time of the Alabama offense and it has gotten off to a rough beginning. Alabama is clearly attempting to safeguard the quarterback, however no changes have been made. Additionally, Tide QBs are all athletic, yet there isn’t sufficient utilization of that range of abilities. The players clearly need to execute better, yet it really depends on the mentors to place the players in the best circumstances to succeed.

Tide Trouble: The High Cost of Penalties

Over the most recent fourteen days, Alabama has had four scores removed from the board on account of punishments. The Blood Red Tide’s absence of discipline has turned into a genuine issue and should be fixed rapidly.

The Defensive Backbone: Tide’s Key to Success

Credit to Kevin Steele and the Alabama Safeguard for doing their part in Saturday’s matchup and holding South Florida to only 264 all-out yards and just three focuses. The Red Tide additionally constrained two turnovers and five sacks. The safeguard was tested following last week’s appearance, and they addressed the chime.

Roydell Williams: Ready to Carry the RB1 Mantle

At the point when the Alabama offense required it the most, Roydell Williams moved forward and helped convey the Ruby Tide triumph. The senior running back scrambled for 129 yards on 17 conveys and a score. Williams is Alabama’s generally finished back and should RB1 push ahead.

Ty and Jalen: Taking the QB Competition by Storm

Assuming Saturday’s down demonstrated anything it’s that the quarterback rivalry pushing ahead ought to be between Ty Simpson and Jalen Milroe. While Simpson didn’t seem to have a unique advantage, he dealt with the offense well and circulated the ball. Buchner played right out of the opposition, as I would like to think, leaving it among Simpson and Milroe.

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