The Alabama Crimson Tide came into this game a whopping 47-point favorite, and Bama has beaten the Mean Green in all three past matches between the two.
The question is at this point in the game whether they can cover 47 points.
In its first two games, Alabama has had a formidable offense, rolling up 359 yards against Penn State, which is not a comparable foe. But, against Kent State, which is comparable, they ran up 482 yards.
In the first half, Alabama has impressively held the Mean Green on Defense, but really haven't had many big plays that you'd think a team ranked at No. 2 would have.
However, the Crimson Tide seems as confident as that ranking would have them, marching the ball down the field in precision fashion, with a confidence that would be fitting. With a 20-0 lead, Alabama should still consider what to do to adjust for the rest of the game.