Sugar Bowl Roll Tide Wire Player of the Game: Bryce Young

Sugar Bowl Roll Tide Wire Player of the Game: Bryce Young

The Alabama Crimson Tide took care of business against the Kansas State Wildcats on Saturday in the Sugar Bowl. After falling behind 10-0 early, it was all Bryce Young and Alabama the rest of the way en route to a 45-20 victory.

The Crimson Tide’s defense was outstanding and the receivers played their best game of the season as a unit. However, Bryce Young was simply brilliant and that’s why he is RollTideWire’s player of the game. Young was 15/21 for 321 yards and five touchdowns, further solidifying himself as the best player in the 2023 NFL draft.

Young left the game late in the fourth quarter to a standing ovation to conclude his unbelievable career. He was also named the MVP of the game by the Sugar Bowl

Brian Branch was also outstanding on the day, every play felt like he was involved. Branch had 12 tackles with four coming as losses, one sack and one interception.

The Tide finish their 2022 campaign at 11-2, making it 12 straight years the Tide has won 11 games.

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