Alabama vs. Utah State First Half Recap
The Crimson Tide has been dominant from the first whistle, and heads into halftime leading 41-0 over the Utah State Aggies.
Crimson Tide signal caller Bryce Young has five passing touchdowns and has completed nearly 65% of his passes for 195 yards. The reigning Heisman winner got things kicked off by finding Jermaine Burton for the first touchdown of the season in the first quarter.
Burton has three receptions for 19 yards and two touchdowns in the first half.
Young has spread the ball around well to his other targets, finding Traeshon Holden for two scores and Jase McClellan for another.
Freshman wideout Kobe Prentice has been sensational, hauling in five passes for 60 yards, while transfer running back Jahmyr Gibbs has struggled to find his rhythm.
The Aggies offense has sputtered all game long, and has gone three-and-out six times.
Overall, despite a few small hiccups, the Crimson Tide has done exactly what it is supposed to do in this matchup and completely dominate. The Tide is set to receive at the start of the second half; will Bryce Young take the field?