Alabama vs South Carolina

Ryan Hilinski comes in to this season as a highly recruited freshman who’s coming off a fantastic game last week. Hilinski will probably soon be greeted at home from the Alabama Crimson Tide with a few of the critters of the SEC.
A true freshman, Hilinski was thrust into the starting role after Jake Bentley endured a season-ending foot injury on the final play of South Carolina’s 24-20 loss to North Carolina on Aug. 31.
That accelerated the timetable for its nationally heralded recruit, that had the luxury of a full week of repetitions at practice as the No. 1 appeared before his very first start and an overmatched opponent in FCS foe Charleston Southern.
Hilinski showed he was so highly recruited finishing 24 of 30 passes for 282 yards and two TDs since the Gamecocks (1-1) thrashed the Cougars 72-10.
As Kevin Harris needed a touchdown streak Harris ended with 147 yards and had a touchdown gallop, south Carolina ended with 775 yards of total offense and three scores on just six carries.
Hilinski is going to have no luck Saturday when the Crimson Tide come calling. Alabama (2-0) had little difficulty swatting away New Mexico State 62-10 in its home opener last Saturday.
Tua Tagovailoa threw all three of his touchdown passes in the first 19:52 of the game since the Tide finished with metres and played with the game’s first 45 points.
Alabama and South Carolina for the first time enters this contest with an 84-game winning streak against FBS competitions and are enjoying as a 35-21 street loss in 2010.
Could South Carolina recreate 2010? The last time Alabama seen Williams-Brice Stadium was the last time trainer Nick Saban lost into an SEC East team.
That remains among the moments in history, and comparisons to it are unavoidable as the Crimson Tide and also Gamecocks prepare to face off again.
Needless to say, no players remain from this game, also Saban and among his supporters are the trainers but fans recall, and they will be fired up at the thought of ruining’Bama’s season once more.
Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa may have dropped a little ribbon to the Trevor Lawrence of Clemson in last year’s national championship match, but he is still a brutally efficient passer and electrifying talent.
A strong candidate to move No. 1 pick in the 2020 NFL draft, Tagovailoa currently has seven touchdowns along with 563 yards in two games (two quarters) of drama this season.
Wide receiver Jerry Jeudy, such as Tagovailoa, is among the greatest talents in the country at Biletnikoff Award winner, also a consensus All-American and his place.
He already has four this season, along with a pair and also led the SEC with 14 touchdown catches last season. He is also a likely first-round pick.
All in all may continue to keep this game early that is aggressive and has a fine team but talent would prevail in the end. Between Jeudy, Rugg, and also Tagovailoa the game will be eventually taken over by these three. I see this as a 49-20 type score.
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