O-line powers opening night

Bama's line opened holes that accounted for 171 yards untouched yards.

Updated: September 3, 2012, 9:27 AM ET
By Alex Scarborough | TideNation
ARLINGTON, Texas -- D.J. Fluker was pumping his fist and shouting at his fellow offensive linemen as the Crimson Tide busied themselves putting the finishing touches on a dominating performance over the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday night.

Up 20 points with 6 minutes remaining, the Alabama drive had gotten inside the 10-yard line. Fluker, Bama's heartiest voice in the trenches, wanted to punch the ball into the end zone one final time.


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