Alabama finished off its fourth undefeated regular season under Nick Saban thanks in large part to one of the best offenses in school history.

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa leads an attack that threw for a nation's best 44 touchdowns through 12 games while averaging 332 yards per game. He's benefitted from having multiple playmakers at his disposal, including wide receivers Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs III. Those sophomores are the first set of teammates to have 10+ receiving touchdowns each and they could be joined by Irv Smith Jr. (7) before the season is over.

Ruggs was one of the players to meet with the media this week and he discussed the competitive nature between the wide receivers and between the offense and defense. He also talked about preparing for Saturday's game. You can watch his media session in the video above.