Alabama’s running attack has gotten off to a slow, uneven start in 2016. The Tide have won their first two games by impressive margins, but something that hasn’t been impressive has been the rushing numbers. Against Western Kentucky Saturday the Tide managed only 13 yards on the ground in the first half.
One bright spot from the Tide running backs that did come from Saturday’s win was watching true freshman B.J. Emmons notch his first touchdown as an Alabama running back.
With Ole Miss coming up next week, the Tide and Saban will be working hard to get the running attack on track.