WATCH: Jahmyr Gibbs nearly reaches 23 MPH on 72-yard TD run against Arkansas

After star quarterback Bryce Young went down with a shoulder injury on Saturday against the Razorbacks, the Crimson Tide offense would have to lean on its running game the rest of the way. Boy did the big guys up front and the backs take that personally or what?

Alabama ran for 317 yards on their way to a 49-26 road victory over the Razorbacks.

The majority of those rushing yards came from the electrifying Jahmyr Gibbs who finished the game with 206 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

On his 72-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to seal the victory, head strength and conditioning coach David Ballou says that Gibbs reached an incredible 22.8 MPH.

I think it’s safe to say that nobody is catching Gibbs once he reaches the open field.

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