For the second game in a row the Alabama defense showed that they haven’t lost a beat since last season’s national championship. Bama’s defense was suffocating for the second week in a row Saturday leading the team to a 38-10 win over Western Kentucky in the Alabama home opener.
Last week against USC Marlon Humphrey got the Bama defense on the board with their first touchdown of the season on a pick sick and Saturday Eddie Jackson added to that number with a 55-yard interception return of his own.
Last season non-offensive touchdowns were a huge part of Alabama’s success. So far in 2016 Bama has picked up right where they left off.