Dylan Moses says Ole Miss had Alabama's defensive signals
There was no question in LB Dylan Moses’ mind that former Alabama offensive coordinator and current Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin knew the Crimson Tide’s defensive signals. That was part of the reason Ole Miss rang up huge numbers on the Alabama defense in a 63-48 Alabama victory.
“They had an answer for everything, what we were lined up in,” Moses said.
Ole Miss had 647 yards, and held the ball for 31:15 in a game where Jerrion Ealy and Snoop Conner had two rushing touchdowns each, and Matt Corral was 21-for-28 passing for 365 yards and two touchdowns. His main targets were Kenny Yeboah, who had seven catches for 181 yards and two touchdowns, and Elijah Moore, who had 11 catches for 143 yards.
“They had an answer for everything, what we were lined up in.”
— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) October 11, 2020
Dylan Moses said he “definitely” thinks Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss’ offense knew Alabama’s defensive signals.
— James Ogletree (@TheOgletree) October 11, 2020