TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama’s coaching staff recognized 10 players for their performance in the Crimson Tide’s 52-6 win over Southern Cal on Saturday.
Running back Damien Harris, left tackle Cam Robinson, wide receiver ArDarius Stewart and right tackle Jonah Williams were named on offense. Defensive lineman Jonathan Allen, linebacker Reuben Foster and cornerback Marlon Humphrey were selected on defense. Cornerback Minkah Fitzpatrick, kicker Adam Griffith and punter JK Scott were tabbed on special teams.
Harris ran for a career-high 138 rushing yards in the first start of his career. He broke long runs of 46 and 73 yards.
Robinson graded out at 88 percent to lead Alabama’s offensive line. Williams, a true freshman, earned the start in his first collegiate game.
Stewart led the Tide’s receivers with a career-high 113 yards and two scores. Stewart’s 71-yard reception was the longest of his career. His other touchdown catch went for 39 yards.
Alabama’s defense held Southern Cal’s offense to 194 total yards. Allen totaled four tackles, including two sacks. It’s the sixth multi-sack game of Allen’s career.
Foster had four tackles, including one for a loss. Humphrey had two tackles, including one for loss, and returned an interception for a touchdown.
Fitzpatrick had one tackle on special teams while also being credited with helping slow down Trojans return man Adoree Jackson.
Griffith connected on his only field goal of the night from 29 yards out. He made all 7 of his extra points.
Scott helped flip the field as the punter. He booted five punts for an average of 47 yards per punt. Scott placed three punts inside the 20-yard line.