Quick Hits: No. 1 Alabama 42, Missouri 10
Alabama had a bit of a hiccup after a lightning delay, but it only postponed the inevitable blowout.
ALABAMA WON. For the first 24 minutes and change, Alabama looked like the No. 1 team in the country and then some, dominating Missouri to the tune of a 27-0 lead with 8:40 still left in the second quarter. But before the Tide could even kick the extra point to go to 28, lightning delayed the game, and the Tide never quite got their mojo going again, mostly remaining in cruise control en route to the 32-point win. But when your defense is holding the opposition to 162 yards and Eddie Lacy and T.J. Yeldon are rushing for 321 combined yards and five touchdowns, who needs flash?
Perhaps the biggest positive for Alabama: After a scary moment where AJ McCarron was helped off the field with a leg injury, it was revealed to be only a bruised knee. The junior returned to the game on the Tide's next possession and seemed fine.
THAT WAS CRAZY: Marcus Murphy gets the Tigers off on the right foot following the delay, going 98 yards for the score:
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