While this year’s Alabama football team hasn’t been the utterly dominant force of years past, it’s on its way.
The 48-7 crushing of Kentucky on Saturday was a perfect example of a team that lives by the Process: struggling at first, then sorting out the problem and making winning look effortless.
“I was really proud of the way we dominated the line of scrimmage offensively,” Alabama head coach Nick Saban said. “AJ (McCarron) had a really good game, made a lot of plays, made a lot of explosive plays passing. Everybody’s got to be accountable to do their role so that we can be the best team than we can be.”
Though Alabama finished strong, the first quarter was not well-executed on offense. There were fumbles by running backs T.J. Yeldon and Kenyan Drake in the red zone, dropped passes throughout the game, and miscues on offense.
But the true sign of improvement and perseverance is the willingness to come right back and try it again.