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The Alabama defense’s ability to score touchdowns is bordering on the absurd. Upon the conclusion of Alabama’s 49-30 win over Arkansas, the Alabama defense has allowed nine touchdowns on the season, they’ve scored seven.

For some perspective, Alabama’s defense has scored seven touchdowns on the season which is just as many as South Carolina’s offense has scored. The Tide defense has almost made up for all of the touchdowns they have allowed with scores of their own and Saturday night it was Tim Williams getting in on the action first with an easy fumble return for a touchdown.

Minkah Fitzpatrick would later add a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown to cap off Alabama’s win (it’s impressive, watch it here). Alabama’s defense wasn’t it’s all around best Saturday allowing over 400 yards passing and thirty points, but the defense once again used their ridiculous ability to find the end zone to take over the game.