TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama’s coaching staff recognized nine players for their performances in the Crimson Tide’s 33-14 win over Texas A&M on Saturday.
Center Bradley Bozeman, running back Damien Harris and left tackle Cam Robinson were named on offense. Defensive end Jonathan Allen, linebacker Reuben Foster and cornerback Marlon Humphrey were tabbed on defense. Linebacker Keith Holcombe, punter JK Scott and linebacker Mack Wilson made the list on special teams.
Harris rushed for 125 yards, averaging 6.9 yards per carry while picking up a first down on nine of his 18 carries.
Bozeman and Robinson set the tone for an offensive line that cleared a path for 451 yards of total offense. Bozeman anchored the unit, making all the calls from the center position. Robinson posted a grade of 89 percent from the left tackle position without allowing a quarterback hurry or sack. The offensive line also provided time for 164 yards passing and two touchdowns, while helping the Crimson Tide average more than 5.5 yards per play and 6.6 yards per rush.
Allen, who was named for the second week in a row, had 6 total tackles with 3 solo stops. The senior accounted for his second defensive touchdown of the season with a 30-yard fumble return for a score in the third quarter. He also recorded a sack and notched a career-best 4 quarterback hurries to give him a team-high 10 for the season.
Foster lead the Crimson Tide defense with 12 tackles, including 8 solo stops, while assisting on a tackle for loss. Humphrey intercepted his second pass of the season, and finished with 3 tackles and a tackle for loss.
Holcombe and Wilson helped limit the Aggies to just 2.5 punt return yards. Wilson recorded a two big hits on kickoffs. Scott finished with a pair of punts for 107 yards. He added a long of 60 while keeping the Aggies in favorable field position all afternoon.