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Awesome. IDK why Bama would run away from Teo in the first place. He is not the first great LB Alabama has played against this season.
Bama has played well in Bowl games, with one exception, under CNS and they will play well this year.
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Teo looked very average to weak in that game. He will have major problems at the next level. He would have had problems against many of the SEC teams.
As I figured, without his DL being able to dominate...he's just a guy who racks up a lot of tackles.
Sure tackles are good and all but not when they're all 5+ yards from the line of scrimmage.
As good as their D-Line was, he may not have been blocked all season. It's gotta be pretty easy to run around and make plays when you are unblocked. Bama's O-Line was good enough to get to the second level and put a hat on him... rendered him ineffective. Also, Bama's RBs just made him miss or ran through his tackles.
Overall, that situation reminds me of Brandon Spikes in the 2009 SECCG and Tyrann Mathieu in last year's BCS Championship Game. Bama seems to have a way to neutralize the other team's best defensive player. I love it.