Alabama heads into the locker room during halftime of the Allstate Sugar Bowl up 21-10 over the Kansas State Wildcats and is due to receive the ball to open the final 30 minutes of play.

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Things started off rough for the Tide. Pete Golding's defense was getting carved up by Will Howard and his squad on the opening drive before Howard was intercepted by 6'1" Jordan Battle when he threw a jump ball to 5'6" Deuce Vaughn.

Kansas State was able to build a 10-0 lead with a field goal and an 88-yard touchdown run from Vaughn before Alabama's offense started getting into a rhythm.

The third time Bryce Young got the ball in his hands, he was finally able to spark a fire in the Alabama offense and set Jahmyr Gibbs up for a 60-yard catch-and-run. He followed that play up with a perfect throw to true freshman Isaiah Bond in the back of the end zone.

The next two Alabama drives saw chunk plays to Jermaine Burton and touchdowns from  Cameron Latu and Burton.

Defensively, Alabama was able to make a goal line stand towards the end of the half to leave Kansas State pointless after an 18-play 73-yard drive that chewed 10 minutes and 30 seconds of clock.

Alabama will receive the second half kickoff and seek to widen its lead over the Big-12 champion.

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