In a weekend where several teams in the Top 10 won ugly without playing their best football, top-ranked Alabama survived a sloppy performance against a pesky Ole Miss squad to earn a 33-14 victory.
Nick Saban’s club gained a boost from its special teams unit, with a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown from Christion Jones erasing the team’s only deficit this season and jumpstarting a decisive second quarter outburst.
The defense forced three interceptions after Jones’s heroics that helped the Tide build a 27-7 halftime lead before most of the team’s issues came to light in the second half.
Kicker Jeremy Shelley booted four field goals to help bail out an offense that got stuck in neutral inside the red zone.
How did the Tide’s starters fare from an individual standpoint in the win over the Rebels?
Find out in this breakdown grading all 22 starters from the Ole Miss game.