Alabama endured a few early hiccups before asserting its will over hapless Kentucky in a dominating 48-7 victory Saturday from Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, Ky.
The Tide’s offense overcame a pair of first-quarter red-zone fumbles before getting things in gear en route to rolling up a season-high 668 yards of total offense.
Alabama's defense finally allowed a touchdown for the first time since the Texas A&M game. However, the Wildcats struggled to generate any consistency offensively and were held to only 170 yards of total offense.
Kentucky’s plans offensively took a major hit with an early injury to starting quarterback Jalen Whitlow.
What are the main takeaways from Alabama’s convincing win over Kentucky?