It had some success against Missouri and generated two touchdowns versus Texas A&M, but Alabama’s offensive line has not been pleased with its part in the running game so far.

For a group that media pundits and fans project as a Joe Moore Award-winning unit, the Crimson Tide wants to be able to successfully run the football whenever it chooses to go to it.

Najee Harris totaled 98 yards rushing (three scores) in the Tide’s meeting with the Tigers; however, Brian Robinson and Trey Sanders did not see a lot of room to make plays. Last week, Robinson had some good moments on the Aggies’ defensive front yet Harris and Sanders struggled. After guiding Harris to his first career 1,000-yard rushing campaign (1,224) in 2019, Alabama’s offensive front is focused on starting more balance this week as the Tide travels to Vaught-Hemingway Stadium to face Ole Miss.

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