Nick Saban blasts Alabama defense after Arkansas rout

Nick Saban blasts Alabama defense after Arkansas rout

"I think what makes this a special experience here is when we have great support from everybody in the program, everybody that supports the program, all of our fans, all of our students", Saban said, according to 247Sports. Well you need to show up. "And I think that's something we definitely need to improve on in the future", he said. "I love it", Tebow said. Tagovailoa threw a short pass in the right flat to Smith, who broke free and went down the sideline, completing a 76-yard touchdown with only 21 seconds elapsed. The Tide used double that number to score on a 59-yard fumble play touchdown in 50 seconds on their second series.

He threw a 47-yard pass to Smith again. But Smith's teammate, Henry Ruggs III, was there to pick it up at the 12 and took it in for the touchdown. Made a lot of mistakes on defense. This time, the drive was a bit longer, as it lasted eight plays, which ended with Josh Jacobs' 1-yard plunge into the end zone.

On the ensuing drive, it appeared Arkansas forced and recovered a fumble of its own, but it was overturned and Tagovailoa found Jerry Jeudy for a 42-yard score on the next play.

Arkansas' next TD came after Alabama's 99-yard drive. Leaving three wheel routes out of the backfield unprotected had to be disconcerting to the Crimson Tide coaches, although safety Deionte Thompson made an outstanding play to nullify one, but the Razorbacks executed a lot of plays that require good communication and familiarity between the players to stop.

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It was as close the Hogs were able to get, though.

The Razorbacks did get two TDs inside the final 10 minutes. Warren ran 78 yards on the return, making kicker Joseph Bulovas miss before Nigel Knott ran him out of bounds at the Crimson Tide 22.

Saban and Co. had little trouble dismantling Arkansas on Saturday afternoon, beating the Razorbacks, 65-31.

It's one thing for Saban to say it.

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