2014 Texas A&M vs Alabama
Alabama put on a dominating performance in the national spotlight, bouncing back from two subpar games to blitz Texas A&M 59-0. Blake Sims was 16-of-27 for 268 yards and 3 TD, also running for 54 yards, including 43-yard touchdown. Amari Cooper bounced back from a couple of rough games with 8 receptions, 140 yards and 2 TD, while T.J. Yeldon led an untracked running game with 114 yards on 13 carries, scoring twice.
After settling for a field goal on its first possession, Alabama had seven straight touchdown drives to put Texas A&M to shame. They held the Aggies to 51 yards in the first half and just 172 total yards for the game. The Aggies ran for only 31 yards for the game, and Hill had to work hard for each of his 141 passing yards.
The win was Alabama’s biggest over any opponent since 1991, and it was their largest margin of victory over an SEC opponent since 1979. The Crimson Tide set a school record by scoring 35 points in the second quarter, and they had their second-most points in a half with 45 before halftime.