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Southern Miss at Alabama photo gallery

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De’Michael Harris makes a one-handed catch. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Quez Watkins attempts to outrun an Alabama defender. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa lines up on the line of scrimmage. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Kevin Perkins jukes to Alabama defenders. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Jack Abraham calls a play. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
A group of Southern Miss students traveled to Tuscaloosa to cheer on the Golden Eagles. Pictured L to R : (front row) Ali Verdeja, Tommy Goodale, William Kemmler, Teddy Feracho; (back row) Stevie Powers, Robert Pickett, Thomas Peters.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban earned his 150th win with the Crimson Tide on Saturday Sept. 21. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Jaylond Adams returns a kick. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Jack Abraham drops back for a pass. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Jordan Mitchell turns away from an Alabama defender. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Swayze Bozeman makes a tackle. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Head coach Jay Hopson discusses a play with a referee. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
DQ Thomas, Malik Shorts, Shannon Showers and wide receivers/tight ends coach Scotty Walden celebrate an interception by Thomas. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
The Southern Miss offense gathers for a huddle. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
Alabama students filled the student section wearing blue to honor fallen police officer Dornell Cousette. Photo by: Michael Sandoz
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