No. 1 Alabama rolls past No. 13 MSU, 38-7

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Then, Russell drove the Bulldogs 97 yards from their own 2-yard line before Robert Lester picked off a pass in the end zone late in the third.

Mississippi State managed to slow down Alabama’s offense for a stretch after getting bullied in the first 17 minutes but couldn’t find many holes in the defense.

The Tide has two shutouts and has lost two more in the final minutes with the reserves on the field.

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