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Tide Learning From First Game

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ATLANTA, Ga. (WHNT) - Alabama's offensive line gave Blake Sims and the run game plenty of time and room to work. Adam Griffith was excellent. Alabama's run defense was good, but pass defense struggled. West Virginia shot itself in the foot plenty with several drops and crucial penalties, including one after an interception in the fourth quarter that led to zero points.

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