The story of the week was the mismatch Alabama's O-line had taking on the dominant Georgia defense. It looked like they may not be able to overcome the talent of Georgia's defensive front seven. Instead, the story was flipped and this game was won up front where the Crimson Tide offensive line took the challenge head on and gave Heisman candidate quarterback Young time to shine.
Chris Owens spoke with reporters for the first time Monday since making the decision to return for a sixth season. Owens and Brian Robinson are taking advantage of the NCAA giving all fall sport student-athletes an additional year of eligibility and an additional year to complete it through a blanket waiver.
Alabama redshirt senior offensive lineman, Chris Owens announced on his social media that he will opt to return to Tuscaloosa for his sixth season in 2021. Owens, a reserve offensive lineman was thrust into action in the season's final two games against Notre Dame and Ohio State after starting center, Landon Dickerson, went down with a knee injury.
There was no football practice Monday for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Instead, its players and coaches participated in a march protesting the social injustices that have ignited outrage again throughout the country. From Breonna Taylor, to George Floyd to Jacob Blake, we have all seen and heard about the instances of violence at the hands of police that have sparked social unrest in the country.