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  11/19/22 - RB Jase McClellanSr/2024, Alabama

  Jase McClellan rushed for a career-high 156 yards and two touchdowns and Jermaine Burton caught a pair of scoring passes from Bryce Young during No. 8 Alabama's 34-0 win over Austin Peay on Saturday. The Crimson Tide (9-2, No. 8 CFP) took awhile to get going against FCS Austin Peay (7-4) in a Bryant-Denny Stadium that wasn't much more than half full. But McClellan and Burton had their biggest games for the Tide, which had already been knocked out of Southeastern Conference contention. Burton posted his first 100-yard receiving game since transferring from Georgia, with seven catches for 128 yards. McClellan subbed for injured star Jahmyr Gibbs (ankle) and scored on runs of 1 and 9 yards.

For much of the game the Tide was about as listless as the crowd, until a 50-yarder from Young to Burton provided a little bit of a spark. McClellan rushed it in two plays later for his second score of the game, and the defense recovered a fumble on the next possession to set up an Alabama field goal. Young was 18 of 24 for 221 yards and played into the fourth quarter. Mike DiLiello passed for 147 yards for Austin Peay, but was intercepted twice. Drae McCray had 12 catches for 92 yards. The Governors had their opportunities in the first half thanks to the Tide's two first-quarter turnovers but could not take advantage either time, including a fourth-down stop in the red zone. Maddux Trujillo missed a short field goal for Austin Peay after Alabama's second fumble. Alabama got its second shutout of the season and first since an opening 55-0 win over Utah State. - Alabama/AP College Football

Sr/2024 RB Jase McClellanAlabama
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