With just over four minutes left in the third quarter, Alabama’s Damien Harris came up huge against Florida State Saturday night.
One play after the Crimson Tide’s defense shut down a third-down passing play with a beautifully timed blitz, leading to fourth down. Then Harris broke through and blocked the punt on the next play, setting up Alabama’s offense in the red zone.
Unfortunately for the Crimson Tide, they were only able to convert a field goal after Florida State’s defense came up huge. This score gave Alabama a six-point lead, 13-7.
Then, incredibly, on the next kickoff, FSU fumbled the return. Alabama recovered, and one play later Harris came up with the 11-yard touchdown run.
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A two-point conversion later and Alabama was suddenly up 21-7.