Capstone Report with DC: Looking Ahead to Texas A&M
The top ranked Alabama Crimson Tide rolled into Oxford and handed the Ole Miss Rebels a 62-7 throttling in front of a packed Vaught-Hemingway Stadium crowd.
The Crimson Tide's next assignment is this Saturday as No. 22 Texas A&M comes into Tuscaloosa for a 2:30 PM kickoff.
During his weekly visit on The Blitz, DC from Golden Shores Productions reviewed the Crimson Tide's domination of Ole Miss and set his sights on the first SEC home game of the season.
In the win at Ole Miss, Alabama's offense set an SEC record by notching their third consecutive game of 50 points or more to open the season.
On the opposite side of the ball, the Crimson Tide defense held their second straight opponent to seven points. DC noted one defensive lineman that has caught his eye this season.
"One of the guys I've been impressed with more than any other on this Alabama defensive team has to be Quinnen Williams." DC said.
The sophomore defensive lineman is second on the team with 14 tackles and has a team leading four tackles for loss and three quarterback hurries. Beyond the statistics, the Golden Shores Productions highlighted how Williams has dominated opponents including his most recent individual matchup with Ole Miss center Sean Rawlings.
Further on in the conversation, DC looked at how various reserve players on defense such as Markail Benton and Joshua McMillian could step up their games as quality reserve options at linebacker.
Looking forward to Saturday's matchup with the Aggies, DC sees Quinnen Williams as a potential difference maker in Alabama's SEC home opener.
"Quinnen Williams has been playing great. I think this is another game where he dominates." DC said. "If you look at Texas A&M, they're either going to come into this game with a center that's coming off of an injury that is not going to be 100 percent or they are going to come into this game with a center who has no experience playing, and I think that is the matchup in the game." DC said.
The Golden Shores Productions analyst later explained how minimizing mistakes is a primary key for Alabama's offense and how offensive coordinator Mike Locksley, quarterbacks coach Dan Enos and wide receivers coach Josh Gattis has transformed the offense into a lethal passing attack.
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