Blog – Final: No. 1 Alabama 20, Mississippi State 7

Records: MSU (4-6, 1-5), UA (10-0, 7-0)

Attendance: 57,211

Game time: 3:06

Play of the game: Damian Williams was able to connect with De’Runnya Wilson late in the fourth quarter. Alabama took over and drained most of the clock.

Big quarter: 2nd: The Bulldog defense failed again late in the first half as AJ McCarron found Brian Vogler for an 18-yard passing touchdown with 20 seconds left in the second quarter.

Stat of the game: 4-5 &1-3: Alabama’s and MSU’s red zone stats respectively. The Crimson Tide were able to score when they got inside of the 20, but MSU couldn’t punch it in.

Top Dawg: Taveze Clahoun – The sophomore cornerback had two intercepitons. AJ McCarron had just three entering the game. It also was his first since Sept. 28.

Stats: Boxscore

Notes: MSU UA

Quote of the game:

“We expected to win the game. I can guarantee in that locker room, there’s not one person that didn’t expect to win the game coming in here tonight.” – MSU head coach Dan Mullen said.

Song to describe game: Whatever She’s Got by David Nail – This song had nothing to do with the game, but it’s my new favorite song.


MSU sophomore CB Taveze Calhoun

MSU freshman QB Damian Williams

MSU freshman DL Chris Jones

What it means: The Bulldogs are still two wins away from becoming bowl eligible. They play in Little Rock, Ark. next weekend against the Razorbacks of Arkansas. They host in-state rival Ole Miss Thanksgiving night. Both games are winnable. The Crimson Tide are in good shape to make the national championship for a third-straight year.


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