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    Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes



    If you want to rewatch the game -- here's the best way. To be honest -- watching it this way, I felt much better about the game.

    MSUs strength was our current weakness (with the loss of our ILBs) -- and yet, we adjusted and came out in the second half and did what we needed to do.

    A lot of the "inches" plays (those plays that just an inch or two in the other direction) went MSUs way. Yet, we still triumphed.

    We got zero breaks - and won.
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    Re: Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes

    ttt

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    Re: Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes

    This is how I watch replays each week. Fantastic.

    Everything you need, nothing you don't. I hope they never stop doing them.

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    Re: Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes

    If Keith H and others executed their assignments right... the game wouldn't be close. I do feel better after watching the replay 4 times... (full and 20 minutes version) and I'm very happy defense managed to improve 3rd and 4th quarter.
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    Re: Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes

    I guess the condensed version doesn't show Mr. Woozy Brandon Bryant, does it?

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    Re: Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes

    Quote Originally Posted by JustNeedMe81 View Post
    If Keith H and others executed their assignments right... the game wouldn't be close. I do feel better after watching the replay 4 times... (full and 20 minutes version) and I'm very happy defense managed to improve 3rd and 4th quarter.
    Thanks for posting this!

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    Re: Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes

    Quote Originally Posted by RTR91 View Post
    I guess the condensed version doesn't show Mr. Woozy Brandon Bryant, does it?

    16:43 is where you want to start....
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    Re: Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes

    Quote Originally Posted by RTR91 View Post
    I guess the condensed version doesn't show Mr. Woozy Brandon Bryant, does it?

    Injuries are no laughing matter; but I couldn’t help but chuckle at that guy. He was loopy for sure.


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    Re: Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes

    Holcomb played very poorly. Is he slow or not hustling to ball

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamawind View Post
    Holcomb played very poorly. Is he slow or not hustling to ball
    He was either scared (first start) or over thinking everything. He was too hesitant.


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    -- Coach Bryant

    "We always talk about playing 60 minutes but this is a 60-10 game: the 60 minutes of the game and the 10 minutes in the locker room after the game that you remember for the rest of your life."
    -- Nick Saban day after beating Clemson

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    Re: Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes

    Quote Originally Posted by RTR91 View Post
    He was either scared (first start) or over thinking everything. He was too hesitant.


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    He was trying way too hard....and that works against you sometimes. He played awful against msu


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    Re: Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes

    What won this game for us was the drive at the beginning of the 4th quarter where we ate about 5:00 minutes of clock, but it was actually about 20 minutes of real time between several Miss St. injuries and a timeout or two. That gave the defense a breather and Miss St. didn't do anything on offense the rest of the night. Before that, we couldn't keep our defense off the field between quick scoring drives or quick possessions that resulted in nothing.

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    Re: Alabama vs Mississippi State - Entire Game in under 35 minutes

    Quote Originally Posted by bamawind View Post
    Holcomb played very poorly. Is he slow or not hustling to ball
    I'd like to think he was just overthinking things instead of just playing ball. Sometimes it's hard for a role player to step into that starter position. It's a different mindset -- going all out for a series of plays vs going all out every single play. Hoping he settles down and his play improves. We all can see the physical limitations; but the mental part not being right just makes it worse.

    This Mercer game couldn't have come at a better time given the circumstances. Allows the coaches to put these young guys in and play through some of the inexperience and work out some kinks.
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