Alabama running back Najee Harris had a career day on Saturday, rushing 23 times for 206 yards and 5 touchdowns to lead the Crimson Tide to a wild 63-48 shootout win in Oxford.

On Tuesday, Joel Klatt tweeted out a great film study of how the senior was able to be so effective in what has been a “power-oriented” attack on the ground for the Tide.

“They use these gap schemes and power schemes so well for Najee Harris,” Klatt said.

Klatt illustrated what he meant by highlighting a pair of “power plays”, the 2nd showing how while the 3 members of offensive line “pinned” their assignments on the defensive line, the 2 remaining ones “pulled” off to create gaps for Harris to get through.

Finally, Klatt showed a 3 tight-end, 2-back formation Alabama employed with an 8-point lead later in the game to draw the Rebels further up to the line. That allowed Harris to break through and find his way to the end zone to extend the lead.

You can view the entire video below: