ArDarius Stewart is fast. Mississippi State learned that the hard way on Saturday as he flashed his speed for on an Alabama touchdown pass.
The Alabama wide receiver took a shovel pass from Jalen Hurts and raced past the Mississippi State defense for a 67-yard touchdown. Stewart even finished the run like sprinter, as he ducked his head as he broke the goal line.
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The touchdown gave the Crimson Tide a 17-0 lead early against Mississippi State. The Crimson Tide are showing no signs of a hangover against the Bulldogs. Alabama scored a touchdown in the first quarter after playing LSU for the first time since 2001.
Thanks to Stewart, Hurts now has two touchdown passes today and moves. You can follow along with our Alabama beat writer with SEC Country’s Alabama live blog.