A New Package Could Unlock Even More Power in Alabama's Pass Rush

A New Package Could Unlock Even More Power in Alabama’s Pass Rush

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The public got its first peek at college football’s most talented pass rush during last weekend’s A-Day game. The Crimson Tide’s front seven didn’t disappoint combining for 15 total sacks and 10 additional quarterback hurries during the scrimmage.

A black, no-contact jersey provided more protection for Bryce Young than his failing offensive line as the reigning Heisman Trophy winner was tapped down 10 times in the backfield. Two of those came from Will Anderson Jr. despite Alabama resting him for the second half. Dallas Turner led the first-team defense with three sacks while fellow edge rusher Chris Braswell and defensive tackle Jamil Burroughs also recorded a pair of their own.

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