Alabama’s defense just got some material for the bulletin board in their locker room.
After the latest College Football Playoff rankings were released on Tuesday night, ESPN college football analyst David Pollock spoke on how the Crimson Tide would fare against Oklahoma’s offense.
“If they play Alabama, they’ll score 30 points. That’s the most dominant side of the ball in all of college football.”
Those are strong words considering Alabama has the No. 2 ranking in total defense, allowing just 243.8 yards per game. The Crimson Tide, however, have been prone to giving up big points in recent playoff games, including 75 combined points to Clemson in the last two national championship game.
Oklahoma does, however, have the No. 3 scoring offense in the nation, averaging 45 points per game.
What we know for certain is this: Nick Saban will definitely use this as motivation as the Tide try to make the playoff for the fourth straight time.
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