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"🚀 No. 10 Alabama's Thrilling Escape! Late Surge Seals Uncomfortable 17-3 Win Over USF 🏈😅"

Alabama Triumphs Over USF: 17-3 Victory

A Win is a Win, They Say

On a sometimes rainy, sometimes sunny day in Florida, No. 10 Alabama beat Group of Five opponent USF by a final score of 17-3 in a sluggish game that featured weather delays, quarterback changes and plenty of other surprises.

The Quarterback Shuffle

The Crimson Tide started Notre Dame transfer Tyler Buchner under center for the first time this season, replacing Jalen Milroe who started the first two games. Buchner completed just five of his 14 pass attempts for 34 yards, before being pulled in favor of redshirt freshman Ty Simpson just before halftime.

A Stout Defense

The Alabama defense did an excellent job containing the USF offense, only allowing a field goal which came off a short field, due to a muffed punt.

Simpson's Determination

Simpson was pressured all night, being sacked five times, but led Alabama’s first touchdown drive in the 3rd quarter that started with a 45-yard pass to tight end CJ Dippre. Simpson capped off the game with Alabama's second touchdown late in the fourth with a quarterback sneak to finally put the game out of reach.

Challenges Ahead

Alabama has plenty to figure out, aside from just the quarterback position, and it has seven days until No. 17 Ole Miss comes to Bryant-Denny Stadium for one of the premiere matchups in college football next week.

#RollTide #NextChallenge


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