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Alabama Dominates Kentucky; Mississippi State Holds Off Bowling Green

postgame-links-150x1501Alabama 48 – Kentucky 7

1. Alabama’s record is where it was supposed to be when the season began: 6-0.

2. Kentucky was the first team to score on Alabama since Texas A&M. Alabama took that game personally, according to safety Vinnie Sunseri.

3. Alabama freshman defensive lineman A’Shawn Robinson is making a big impact. He’s among the nation’s top sack leaders.

4. Another freshman – offensive tackle Grant Hill – is “ready” to help Alabama, according to left tackle Cyrus Kouandjio.

5. It was clear Kentucky was outmatched by Alabama, which outgained UK 668-17o in total yards.

6. Kentucky’s Air Raid 2.0 offense isn’t like the original version. Is offensive coordinator Neal Brown’s unit snakebit?

Mississippi State 21 – Bowling Green 20

7. Bowling Green gave Mississippi State a scare. Bulldogs coach Dan Mullen: “A win’s a win. We’ll take it.”

8. Quarterback Tyler Russell saw the majority of snaps for Mississippi State.

9. There were tough kicking decisions to be made by Mullen in the second half.

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