Smashing early reviews
Nussmeier's first game as offensive coordinator overwhelming success
Updated: September 4, 2012, 9:54 AM ETBy Alex Scarborough | TideNation
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Parse through the plays, formations and shifts at the line and you'll see a few wrinkles in the Alabama offense.
First-year offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier loaded the box, calling for a power formation to punch in the Tide's first touchdown against Michigan on Saturday. The difference from a year ago? Alabama went to a two-tight end, two-back, I-set. AJ McCarron faked the handoff to Eddie Lacy and flipped an easy pass to a wide open Michael Williams in the end zone.
Kevin Jairaj/US PresswireDoug Nussmeier's first wrinkle led to Alabama's first touchdown, a pass from A.J. McCarron to tight end Michael Williams.
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