Standouts From Explosive First Half in Alabama-USU
It's a clinic by the Alabama Crimson Tide in the season opener.
The opposing Utah State Aggies find themselves facing a deficit of 41-0 entering the break.
Top-ranked Alabama has shined on both sides of the ball, and 2021 Heisman recipient Bryce Young is at the center of it all. He's 18-of-28 through the air for 195 yards and four touchdown throws.
He also leads the game in rushing with 97 yards. He recorded a career-long rush of 63 yards in the second quarter.
Jermaine Burton has caught two touchdowns in his Crimson Tide debut. Traeshon Holden is the game's leader in receiving yards, with 70 to go with two scores of his own.
Freshman Kobe Prentice, who made waves after being named a starter, has 60 yards receiving. He and Holden each have five catches.
Jase McClellan also caught a touchdown during the half.
Defensively, Heisman candidate Will Anderson Jr. is the leader in tackles, with four and a crushing tackle for loss.
Will Reichard has connected on both of his field goal tries, from 45 and 33 yards.
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