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Unbeaten SEC foes clash in Tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa, AL (Sports Network) - Nick Saban has restored Alabama to national powerhouse status, and the second-ranked Crimson Tide will host Kentucky this weekend in SEC action.

Kentucky is certainly no pushover, as the team has won all four of its games thus far and has surrendered three or fewer points in three of those contests. The Wildcats cruised to a 41-3 victory over Western Kentucky last weekend and have yet to be tested. Clearly, facing the mighty Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa qualifies as a test.

Speaking of Alabama, it improved to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in league play with an impressive 41-30 victory over then third-ranked Georgia in Athens last Saturday. The Tide jumped out to a 31-0 lead and held off a furious Georgia rally. Those two teams have played 65 games all-time, and the 41 points marked the most ever scored by the Tide against the 'Dawgs. Alabama crushed Clemson to open the season and rolled over Arkansas a couple of weeks ago, so it isn't as if the 5-0 record has been achieved against weak competition.

The Crimson Tide owns a commanding 33-2-1 advantage in the all-time series with Kentucky, and the two teams did not face each other last season.

The biggest question for Kentucky coming into this season surrounded the quarterback position. Mike Hartline was forced into the starting role because of the departure of projected starter Curtis Pulley. Hartline has responded by completing 58.5 percent of his passes for 633 yards and three touchdowns with one interception. While those numbers aren't overly impressive, coach Rich Brooks has to be proud of the steady play of his signal caller. "Mike Hartline is 4-0 as a starting quarterback," says Brooks. "The great news is that we have a young quarterback learning while we win." Dicky Lyons has been the top target on the outside, although his 25 catches have netted just 189 yards and one touchdown. Derrick Locke leads the team in rushing with 190 yards and one score for Kentucky, which is racking up 31.5 ppg.

The Wildcats posted 23 first downs and nearly 400 total yards against Western Kentucky last week. Hartline threw for 172 yards and a score, while Dixon ran for a pair of touchdowns. As for fellow tailback Alfonso Smith, he racked up 67 yards on only six carries.

As mentioned above, Kentucky has limited three of its four opponents to three or fewer points, a staggering accomplishment to say the least. The Wildcats are holding foes to just 5.5 ppg and 227.2 total ypg. Only two touchdowns have been yielded to opposing offenses, neither of which came on the ground. With nine sacks and nine takeaways, big plays have certainly contributed to the team's overall success. Leading the way for the defense is Braxton Kelley, who has made 21 total tackles, including three sacks. Jeremy Jarmon has 5.5 TFLs to his credit.

The effort of the Kentucky defense against the pass last week was nothing short of sensational. On 14 pass attempts, including just six completions, WKU managed only 15 yards. Looking ahead to this week's matchup with Alabama, Jarmon said, "We just have to go out and have a good week at practice. We have to play flawless football."

"Julio Jones had a great game and this might have been his breakout game," said Nick Saban of his freshman receiver, one of the nation's top recruits. Jones caught five passes for 94 yards and one touchdown, and he also did a tremendous job blocking on the perimeter. John Parker Wilson was in complete command of the offense, as he completed 13-of-16 passes for 205 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions. As for the ground attack, Glen Coffee led the charge with 86 yards and two scores. Three of the Tide's five touchdowns came on drives of less than 50 yards, which certainly helped the offense. Wilson has completed 62.7 percent of his throws this season for 747 yards with six touchdowns and one interception. As for Jones, he has scored four times on only 16 catches. The ground attack has been outstanding, Coffee leads the way with 490 yards, four touchdowns and an average of 7.0 ypc. In addition, Mark Ingram has 280 rushing yards and five scores.

"It was huge to stop Knowshon Moreno on the screen and the running game," said Alabama linebacker Rolando McClain after the thrilling victory over Georgia. "We knew about the blackout, and knew what we needed to do in the execution of our game plan. We've got great leaders on this team who lead by example." Moreno may be the best tailback in the nation, and the fact that he finished with only 34 rushing yards and 14 yards on three catches was key to the Alabama victory. Sure, Georgia finished with 274 passing yards, but the 'Dawgs needed 43 pass attempts to reach that figure. The Tide held Georgia to 4-of-13 success on third down conversion attempts, and the Bulldogs held the ball for just over 24 minutes. Opponents are scoring a mere 13.4 ppg against Alabama, which is allowing only 54.0 rushing ypg and 2.3 ypc. The Tide is yielding fewer than 10 yards per pass completion and has 10 takeaways to this point. McClain has a team-high 34 tackles.

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