Alabama’s defense might be more potent than some SEC offenses.
The Crimson Tide scored their seventh non-offensive touchdown of the season, as Ronnie Harrison scored on a 55-yard fumble recovery Saturday night.
— BamaVine (@BamaVine) October 2, 2016
Alabama has now scored a non-offensive touchdown in seven consecutive games going back to last season. It has scored a staggering 17 non-offensive touchdowns in the last 16 games.
And the seven non-offensive touchdowns equal the seven offensive touchdowns that South Carolina has scored this year. Imagine if Alabama got a piece of the South Carolina offense.
Host Alabama has a 17-3 halftime lead over Kentucky.