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Alabama rolls over Fresno State (0:50)

Jalen Hurts rushes for 154 yards and two touchdowns and throws a touchdown pass in No. 1 Alabama's 41-10 win over Fresno State. (0:50)

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Hurts breaks free for 55-yard TD (1:09)

Jalen Hurts puts Alabama on the board with a long touchdown run in the first minute of the game. (1:09)

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Ruggs III further extends the lead with a TD (1:01)

Tua Tagovailoa connects with Henry Ruggs III for a 16-yard TD late fourth quarter. (1:01)

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Hurts' 16 yard run leads to Alabama field goal (0:34)

Jalen Hurts runs for 16 yards to put the Crimson Tide in field goal range. (0:34)

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Hurts' 2nd TD run widens Alabama's lead (0:32)

Jalen Hurts rushes for a 3-yard touchdown to add to Alabama's lead. (0:32)

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Hurts to Hentges down the middle for a TD (0:47)

Jalen Hurts connects with Hale Hentges for a 23-yard touchdown to extend Alabama's lead in the first quarter. (0:47)

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Becht and Amin recap Alabama win (2:06)

Anthony Becht and Adam Amin highlight Jalen Hurts and the rest of the Crimson Tide in their success in the 41-10 win over Fresno State. (2:06)

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Saban: Alabama 'nickled and dimed' on defense (0:45)

Alabama head coach Nick Saban discusses the improvements his team still needs to make after their 41-10 win over Fresno State. (0:45)

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Virgil to Grim TD closes gap on Alabama (0:38)

Chason Virgil completes to Derrion Grim for a 26-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. (0:38)

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Averett's first career pick puts Alabama in red zone (0:53)

Anthony Averett's intercepts Chason Virgil's pass and returns it 30 yards, which leads to a Crimson Tide field goal. (0:53)

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Freshman Harris gets longest run of career (0:26)

Alabama freshman RB Najee Harris rushes for 25 yards for a Crimson Tide first down. (0:26)

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Harris for a 5-yard TD (0:39)

Damien Harris runs five yards for an Alabama touchdown at the end of the second quarter. (0:39)

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Saban jokes with reporters about offense's 'so-so' performance (1:15)

After Alabama's 41-10 victory over Fresno State, Nick Saban was asked to evaluate the power of the offensive line but he quickly turns the question back on the media. (1:15)