Notre Dame RB confident in team's ability to run the ball: 'You're going to have to kill us to stop us'
Although he has had a great season running the football, Notre Dame running back Kyren Williams struggled mightily in the 34-10 loss to Clemson in the ACC Championship game.
On 15 carries, Williams rushed for just 50 yards and failed to score a touchdown.
Next, Notre Dame will turn around to face Alabama in the College Football Playoff semifinal at the Rose Bowl, as the Irish look to bounce back.
Williams was not shy about what he believes it will take to stop Notre Dame’s rushing attack when speaking to the media on Monday, saying, “you’re going to have to kill us to stop us.”
In 11 games, Williams has rushed for 1,061 yards and 12 touchdowns behind a strong offensive line. Alabama’s rush defense has held strong for most of the season, surrendering just over 107 yards per game and only allowing 3.2 yards per carry.
Williams has outlined what he believes it will take to stop the rushing attack of the Irish. Alabama’s front seven is likely more than ready to oblige him.