We’re Back! The game was over by halftime. Georgia had one play in the second half and it went for over 80 yards and Nick Chubb got his 13th 100 yard game. Congratulations to him. Oh, the Tide won 38-10.
The Tide may have one loss, but they also made the College Football Playoff with one last year . . . USA Today
"It's not hard," Coker says. "They tell me what to do and where to throw it, and I do it . . . The Sporting News
"We were going to stick with it; we were not going to abort what our plan was coming in here on a day like today . . . New York Times
Two plays were part of breakout performances for freshman wide receiver Calvin Ridley and freshman cornerback Minkah Fitzpatrick . . . Mobile Press-Register
If you were counting Alabama out after its loss to Ole Miss, you're being foolish . . . Yahoo Sports
Coker didn't make critical mistakes, except a fumbled snap — and given the conditions, it's amazing there weren't more . . . USA Today
Those who stayed and took questions from reporters had very little in the way of answers . . . ESPN
It's just one game, but we know Alabama isn't going away prematurely . . . CBS Sports
"If we give him time and give him some rhythm then he'll be able to play pitch and catch with our playmakers on the other side . . . Crimson White
In a game played mostly in a steady rain, senior quarterback Jake Coker and the Alabama offense were efficient while the defense had both Bulldogs quarterbacks under duress all game long . . . University of Alabama
Alabama coach Nick Saban credited his team's execution in carrying out what he called a conservative game plan as the reason for the victory . . . Dothan Eagle
Saturday's outcome was the latest lopsided loss that seems to occur once a season for the Bulldogs . . . Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
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