/Bama 62, Rebs 7, but, boy, how about those first 11 seconds

Bama 62, Rebs 7, but, boy, how about those first 11 seconds

D.K. is tall and muscular Metcalf’s son Terrence Metcalf galloped down the left field, passing by a Bama defense. Just when you thought Metcalf could not catch the ball, he switched to another gear and reached out with his long arms to grab it for a 75-yard touchdown. He walked gracefully into the endzone in front of an enthusiastic Ole Miss student section. It was stunning, and Luke Logan, the athlete, multi-generational Hattiesburg Logan family, took the PAT kick. Ole Miss 7, No. 1 Alabama 0. The score was shown on television sets across the country. If you want to learn more about the Rebel football team, Ole Miss fans, please stop by this page. One wise man tweeted later that “Ole Miss will always possess those first 11 seconds.” This is a warning: It could have been worse. It could have been anything Nick Saban desired. It was only Tua Tagovailoa, the starting quarterback, who played a quarter and half. You could easily make a highlight film of that performance. This sophomore, who was on the bench to help the Tide win another national championship in 2017, has something special. He can throw darts across the middle. He can throw long balls as accurately as Ta’amu (his fellow Samoan) – which is quite impressive. He is able to throw long balls and can also throw on the run. He can see the whole field and makes quick, intuitive decisions. He can also run the football fast and with back-like movements. He could be the best quarterback in America. He could very well win the Heisman. He is so gifted and that good. Then there’s Jalen Hurts as his backup, who was just 28-2 as a starter prior to Tagovailoa beating him out for this job. Is there anyone who has ever had a backup quarterback with such credentials? I don’t think so. There is a chance that Bama could win another national championship with either Tagovailoa or the other starter. Tagovailoa brings more to the table, and makes the Tide’s offense much more potent, which is a lot. Alabama is home to its usual group of future NFL running backs. If you’re curious about who will be the Crimson Tide’s next great receiver, then Jerry Jeudy is your best option. Jeudy made a brief appearance and caught three balls and two touchdowns. This shows sprinter’s speed as well as his incredible moves. He caught three balls for an average of 45 yards. They included a touchdown of 79 yards and a touchdown of 22 yards. Ole Miss didn’t have anyone who could keep up with him. Alabama now has 51 points on Louisville, Arkansas State has 57, and Ole Miss has 62. Perhaps more satisfying for Saban was how Alabama’s defense dealt with Ole Miss in the 11 second period. Ole Miss is loaded with weapons on offense. Many of these Rebels will be heading for huge pay days in the NFL. Alabama’s defense proved to be spot-on after the first 11 seconds. You are always being tackled by Bama when you tackle him. Ta’amu, who is often harassed, was a very accurate passer. He had only seven completions in 23 attempts, which left him with 133 yards. Bama intercepted him twice. What can we learn from this? Let me try this: * Alabama has another team of national championship-caliber. Some team will have to be truly special in order to unseat the two-time champions. * Ole Miss’s defensive problems cannot be fixed without coaching and recruiting. * Yes, the Rebels will always have the first 11 seconds.