LOOK: 200 Snapshots from Alabama’s Nail-Biting Win Over Texas A&M
The Alabama Crimson Tide needed a defensive stand to hang onto a 24-20 win against the Texas A&M Aggies in Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday night. It was an emotional contest that saw the Crimson Tide play without Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Bryce Young.
"We've got a lot of things that we need to improve on. I think everybody's gotta make a choice and decision that they're going to do the things they need to do to play the best that they can play and be the best player that they can be. That was not our best football out there tonight," said Alabama head coach Nick Saban.
When you don't have your quarterback playing, the second team guy's got to play. Everybody's got to play better. Everybody on offense has to play better. Everybody on defense has got to play better. Jalen did some good things but obviously a couple turnovers and, you know, but he's going to live and learn and we're going to live and learn with him and we'll just see what kind of progress Bryce makes for the next week."