Photo report: Alabama's Saturday stat leaders

Alabama led in yards rushing, first downs, total yards, sacks, and time of possession. Oklahoma had significantly more yards passing, and had two more takeaways than the Tide.

Sam Collins talks to a reporter after practice. Collins was Bama's leading receiver Saturday, catching six passes for 82 yards. His longest gain went for 37 yards. Collins was also credited with three yards rushing, when he tucked the ball in and ran after discovering no one open on an end-around pass play.

Shaud Williams attempts a tackle. Versus Oklahoma, Williams was Bama's leading return man. He was credited with 29 yards on three punt returns, including a long of 18. Williams also returned one kickoff for 14 yards. (Associated Press)

Tyler Watts gets upended on a rush attempt. For the day Watts was 17-of-32 passing for 185 yards with one interception and no touchdowns. His longest pass went for 37 yards. Watts also carried the ball 17 times (including sacks) for 34 net yards. (Getty Images)

Freddie Roach attempts to make the tackle. Roach was the Tide's leading tackler, totaling six stops (1 solo and 5 assisted). He also contributed one sack and two quarterback hurries. (Getty Images)

Alonzo Ephraim looks for someone to block in a game last season. Versus Oklahoma the All-SEC center had a very good game, totaling 16 knock-down blocks to lead the team.

Alabama's defensive line had a very good day, and senior tackle Kenny King led the way. His two quarterback sacks were tops for Bama, and King also had two tackles versus the Sooners.

Ahmaad Galloway was Bama's leading rusher versus Oklahoma. Running hard all game long, Galloway gained 66 yards on 18 attempts, including a touchdown run. Galloway's longest single effort went for 11 yards. (Associated Press)

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