As the transfer portal becomes critical to future teams’ success, Williams owns the reins as the best transfer player this season. I would say ever, but unfortunately, Joe Burrow holds the title for now.
Williams’ dynamic playmaking ability is vital in all the Crimson Tide’s victories. Once he is in the open field and hits third gear, forget about it. He finished the game with seven catches for 184 yards and two touchdowns.
Demarco Hellams and Jordan Battle
The safeties played remarkably. Both provided key interceptions, made key pass breakups, and were everywhere. Hellams finished with nine tackles, and Battle ended the night with six tackles and a pick-six.
Bill O’Brien and Pete Golding
If you scroll through Twitter on game day, you’ll see Alabama fans calling for one of the two to face the firing squad after the game. The Crimson Tide finally put together a complete game, and both coordinators played significant parts in the product on the field Saturday night. The offense produced 536 yards against the might Bulldogs defense. O’Brien’s game plan kept the defense off-balance all night.
Golding’s defense gave up 449 yards, most while Georgia played behind. The defense held running back James Cook to 38 yards rushing and frustrated Bennett when it mattered.
Whenever Georgia fans think this is their year, Alabama emerges and crushes their hope time after time.
Sunday will be a great day as the College Football Playoff Rankings place the Crimson Tide in the Playoffs for the seventh time in eight years. Many did not believe in Alabama. I bet they do now.