Alabama continued its success scoring points with the offense on the sideline against Kentucky.

Midway through the second quarter with the Crimson Tide leading by just seven points, linebacker Rashaan Evans sacked and stripped Kentucky quarterback Stephen Johnson. The ball bounced around for a few seconds before safety Ronnie Harrison scooped it up and returned it 55 yards for a touchdown.

That score continued a streak of seven straight games with at least one non-offensive touchdown dating back to the College Football Playoff semifinal against Michigan State.

For the season, Alabama now has five defensive touchdowns and seven non-offensive touchdowns. Both of those totals lead the country.