Nr. 1 Alabama shook Kentucky Saturday in an SEC matchup, and coach Nick Saban tried not to hear questions about statistics other than what was on the scoreboard.
Mac Jones threw two touchdowns, as did Bryce Young. Najee Harris also ran after two touchdowns, while Jase McClellan, Roydell Williams and Brian Robinson Jr. all ran to a touchdown each. Alabama won the match, 63-3.
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After the match, Saban was asked about the time of possession. Crimson Tide had the ball in 31:05, while Kentucky had the ball in 28:55.
“Last time I checked, you get nothing for possession time. So that means you score quickly in the offense that you do not have very much possession time, ”Saban said according to Saturday Down South. “If you do not score and you take the ball for, you know, 6 minutes and you do not score, what do you get for it? Is there anything you get for it? I do not know.”
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Alabama and Saban know better than anyone that a win is a win no matter how you get it.
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Crimson Tide’s rolling feral cats should help them build momentum with a few weeks left in the normal season and hold that No. 1 poll as the SEC title game approaches.