Alabama Football: Tide’s report card from win vs. LSU

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Alabama football’s report card vs. LSU

Quarterbacks: A+

Mac Jones has to be the Heisman frontrunner after this performance. He started the game with perfect play, and he ended the day with four touchdown passes. He was not afraid to throw towards Derek Stingley Jr., and he threw the ball accurately. This is hard to believe, but Jones’s stats could have been even better if it weren’t for mistakes by other players.

Bryce Young got some time in garbage reps, and he could have looked better. He has work to do before he is ready to be the starting quarterback for Alabama football. However, this grade mostly goes to Mac Jones. He avoided sacks, extended drives and threw the football beautifully.

Kicker: A

Will Reichard remains perfect on the year as the team’s kicker. He drained every extra point and converted two field goals. It has been years since Alabama football has seen a quality kicker, but they certainly have one in 2020. This year sure does bring crazy things. We’ll see if Reicherd can finish the regular season with a perfect kicking record vs. Arkansas.

Punter: N/A

What do you want me to say? Alabama punted the ball one time for 33 yards. Was it a good punt? No. However, the punter had no chance to redeem himself or get into a rhythm. If he had multiple punts like that, he would have registered a struggling grade. However, I’ll be nice and give him a N/A for this game vs. the LSU Tigers.

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Alabama should be proud of how they played. As a whole, they aced their test.