Alabama hangs its hat on defense, and rightfully so.
Ronnie Harrison extended the Crimson Tide’s streak to nine straight games with a non-offensive touchdown Saturday in the first quarter against Tennessee.
He jumped in front of a screen pass and took it 58 yards the other way to extend the Alabama lead to two scores at the time.
— SEConCBS (@SEConCBS) October 15, 2016
Alabama now has 10 on the season, which is one more than South Carolina has scored on offense all season, and just one fewer than Stanford’s total on offense heading into the Cardinal’s Week 7 game against Notre Dame.