Jameson Williams has made Alabama program history

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Alabama’s offense lit up the scoreboard and the statsheet in Saturday afternoon’s game against the Arkansas Razorbacks.

It was a return to a sense of normalcy Alabama had experienced earlier in the season.

After a poor performance against LSU a few weeks ago, the Crimson Tide was looking to hit its stride once again on the offensive side of the ball.

They used a game against New Mexico State in Week 11 to fine-tune the logistics and it clearly paid off against a quality SEC opponent.

Bryce Young had a monster day, breaking Alabama’s single-game passing yards record by throwing for 559 yards. He also tossed five touchdown passes.

Three of those touchdown passes went to Jameson Williams, who made a little bit of Alabama program history himself when he scored on a 75-yard touchdown reception for the fourth time this season, becoming the first player in Crimson Tide history to do so.

We still have at least three games to go (hopefully four), but there’s still time for even more records to be broken by this electric Alabama offense.

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