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  Najee Harris may not have scored, but in running for 119 yards, he ran for more than three of the four teams Mississippi State faced prior to Saturday. DeVonta Smith's 203 receiving yards was his highest mark over his last nine games; it was also more than MSU gained as a team. Alabama became the Harris and Smith show in its 41-0 thrashing of the Bulldogs on Saturday. The two carried the load on 38 of UA's 73 plays, a number that could have been higher if not for three possessions taken almost entirely by backup players trying to run out the final minutes. "It seemed like every time he was getting the ball he was running for 10 yards and running it across the field," quarterback Mac Jones said of Harris. Five of Harris' 21 carries (23.8%) went for 10 yards or more, an increase from the season to date with 17 such carries on 103 attempts (16.5%). Harris also added six catches for 36 yards, second on the team in both categories to Smith. - Montgomery Advertiser

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