Alabama running back Najee Harris showed off his entire repertoire on one single play Saturday, taking a catch the distance for a touchdown.
Facing fourth-and-2 from the South Carolina 42-yard line, head coach Nick Saban rolled the dice. Tua Tagovailoa dropped back to pass, then found Harris on a drag route underneath. After he got a block, Harris did the rest, first stiff-arming one defender before hurdling another en route to the end zone.
That’s the definition of an electric play, and it put the Crimson Tide up by two touchdowns in what’s been quite an entertaining game so far.