- Oct 20, 2015
Didn't Alabama's offensive line grade out as best/#1 in the country?It's not as noticeable tonight because they are playing one of the other great teams in the country, but my friends and I watch college football together almost every Saturday and one of the things we do every week is note the Alabama offensive and defensive lines. Even before the play starts, just look at them, and look at their opponents. They aren't even playing the same sport most weeks. They just look bigger, faster, stronger and better coached than everyone else, because they are. It's men against toddlers.
I always assume Alabama has the best recruiting class in the country every year.Didn't Alabama's offensive line grade out as best/#1 in the country?
What you said just proves the old saying that games are won in the trenches; the Patriots had a good offensive line, maybe very good? But their defensive line was a tire fire.
And if I am not mistaken, Alabama had the #1 recruiting class in the country this year; the best gets better.
I 100% would not, but I wasn't sure if there are any up and coming teams.Would you bet against them? I wouldn't. Outside of QB, I feel like if Alabama had every starter out with COVID, they'd still be a top 5 team in the country.
Yes, the defensive player(s) who missed the ND game cost them that contest, not Lawrence's replacement. He looked very good.I was going to ask that; is it the kid who stepped in for him while he was out or is it someone else?
Alabama does present problems for defenses.Well part of it too is because Ohio State was primarily focused on stopping the run