For the second week in a row, Alabama RB Damien Harris took a handoff on the Crimson Tide’s first play from scrimmage and went 75 yards for a touchdown.

Big plays like that make it hard for teams to defeat the No. 1 Crimson Tide, who are now 7-0 after a big 41-9 win over Arkansas on Saturday night.

After the game, Harris was asked about the big play by reporters, but later in the interview, QB Jalen Hurts snuck into the media scrum to question Harris, too:

“How’d the quarterback do on that play?” someone asked Harris after Hurts’ question, to which he responded with a laugh.

“The quarterback?” Harris repeats. “The quarterback did a great job handing off the ball.”

Harris continued to make the most of his limited work, using his nine carries to rack up 125 yards and two touchdowns.

Whether or not he can take the opening handoff 75 yards for a touchdown for a third-straight week against Tennessee next Saturday remains to be seen, but it’s probably safe to say that he’ll have another big day.