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Alabama gets off to a roaring start in all three phases

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Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

The Tide clearly want to wash their hands of last week.

Alabama got off to about the fastest start imaginable this afternoon against Louisiana-Monroe. In what some are speculating may be a record, they scored on offense, defense and special teams in the first seven minutes. Bryce Young connected with Traeshon Holden on the opening drive, then Will Anderson went to work.



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It was Will’s first career interception, and he made it count. Mr. Anderson is playing with his hair on fire after a frustrating day last weekend.

On the ensuing possession. the Tide defense forced a three and out. Then this happened:

It hasn’t been a perfect day as Young threw a bad interception on the second possession, and Anderson was flagged for a horse collar tackle. Still the Tide is up by 28 at the end of the first.

Roll Tide.

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