Sunday, September 13, 2015

Sunday Hangover: Middle Tennessee

As games go, the first half of this one could be described as lethargic. 

These games, at times, can be exasperating because Alabama is expected to blow the other team out, but sometimes the level of intensity just isn't there. 

The Crimson Tide got it together in the second half and played with more intensity.  

One of the major highlights of the game was Kenyan Drake with 202 all-purpose yards: 40 rushing, 91 receiving, and 71 in kick returns. 

And Derrick Henry gained 96 net yards on 18 carries after being not used enough in the first half. 

At the end of the game Damien Harris got some touches and amassed 55 net yards on 8 carries. 

Next up is Ole Miss visiting Bryant-Denny.

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