Photo report: UCLA game stat leaders

For the game, Alabama accumulated an impressive total of 458 yards in total offense, including 159 on the ground and 299 via the pass. Defensively, the Tide limited the Bruins to 291 yards of offense. Bama led in time of possession 33:31 to 26:29. UCLA did significantly better in the kicking game, turnovers and penalties.

Tyler Watts waits for instructions from the Tide sideline late in the game. In his first action since injuring his ACL last season versus Ole Miss, Watts was 12 for 22 in passing, for 204 yards. He had one spectatular long touchdown pass to Antonio Carter of 78 yards, but he was also credited with an interception when a pass deflected off two different Tide receivers before being picked off by the Bruin's Ricky Manning.


Brooks Daniels (#18) and Saleem Rasheed (#11) work at practice. Versus UCLA Brooks was credited with seven tackles (3 solo and 4 assisted), while Rasheed had seven of his own, including one tackle behind the line of scrimmage for a loss of seven yards.


Starting tailback Ahmaad Galloway was Bama's leading rusher with 76 yards on 21 attempts. His average gain per carry was 3.6, and the junior tailback had a longest effort of 14 yards.


Gerald Dixon (#4) was credited with two pass breakups to lead the secondary, and the junior cornerback also contributed three solo tackles. Jarret Johnson (#96) was credited with three tackles from his defensive tackle slot.


Edging out Antonio Carter by 20 yards, Freddie Milons (shown stretching prior to a scrimmage) was the leading receiver with 124 yards on four receptions, including a spectacular touchdown reception late in the fourth quarter. Milons also contributed 118 yards on kick returns.


Senior defensive end Aries Monroe had the only sack of the game for Alabama, bringing down the Bruin QB for a seven yard loss in the third quarter. Monroe was also credited with two tackles on the night.



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