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The Crimson Tide spent most of the first half in a desperate bid to improve field position, never really threatening to score. In fact, the offense was never productive until it went into two-minute mode. Oddly enough, it is only when Alabama is at its most frenzied that John Parker Wilson seems to find any sort of comfort zone. Faced with any sort of standard situation on Saturday, Wilson seemed out of sorts.
 

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The Crimson Tide spent most of the first half in a desperate bid to improve field position, never really threatening to score. In fact, the offense was never productive until it went into two-minute mode. Oddly enough, it is only when Alabama is at its most frenzied that John Parker Wilson seems to find any sort of comfort zone. Faced with any sort of standard situation on Saturday, Wilson seemed out of sorts.

I know we have discussed this before but in the two minute drill WE ARE productive. If we would have stayed in that drill from the beginning I believe we would have hung a couple more scores on their defense. It would create our guys being on the field alot too, but damn they were on the field alot anyways. This way we would have opposing teams D on the field wearing them out too. Plus we would put up some more points. That would force them to alter their game plan to catch up. If we are going to play to win then it seems to me that that is the most logical way to make it happen at this point. Our D has been hung out to dry anyways so why not make them pay by putting up some points.
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