Minkah Fitzpatrick takes advice from Eddie Jackson in safety debut

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BATON ROUGE, Ala. (Al.com)- There were two big plays made by Alabama early in the fourth quarter Saturday, two plays that helped the Tide seize control of a game that had been a scoreless tie for the previous 46-plus minutes.

One was Jalen Hurts' touchdown run that produced the game's first points.

The other came 36 seconds later, a Minkah Fitzpatrick interception that gave the ball right back to Alabama's offense.

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