NFL prospect Bryce Young stars with five touchdowns as Alabama Crimson Tide thrash Kansas State Wildcats 45-20 in the Sugar Bowl amid a disappointing season for Nick Saban’s team
- Alabama ended a rather disappointing college football season on a high vs. KSU
- Kansas State led 10-0 early but could not halt the Crimson Tide from thereon
- Bryce Young starred for Alabama, throwing five passing TDs in the Superdome
- Deuce Vaughan was a bright spot for the Wildcats with a TD & 133 rush yards
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If this was his final game for the Crimson Tide, Bryce Young’s performance was a worthy parting gift for Alabama.
Nick Saban’s men ended a frustrating college football season by resoundingly beating Kansas State 45-20 in the Sugar Bowl.
NFL-bound quarterback Bryce Young stole the show as the Crimson Tide flexed its muscle and enhanced calls it should have been in the College Football Playoff.
While Young has not yet declared for the NFL Draft but he did his hopes no harm on Saturday in a dominant performance.
The California kid threw five touchdowns and he shocked Alabama to life after falling in an early 10-0 hole.
Young completed 15/21 for 321 passing yards and five touchdowns, as Alabama eviscerated the Kansas State secondary.
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Bryce Young was the main attraction at Caesar’s Superdome, throwing for five touchdowns
Kobe Prentice (R) scored a wonderful touchdown on a mazy run during the second half
Deuce Vaughan showcased his NFL credentials with a 133-yard performance in New Orleans
Young completed 15/21 for 321 passing yards & five TDs in what could be his final CFB game
Vaughan gave Kansas State a 10-0 lead with a stunning 88-yard touchdown in the first quarter