Eddie Lacy and T.J. Yeldon led an Alabama rushing attack that amassed 350 yards and three touchdowns on the ground to help the Crimson Tide defeat Georgia, 32-28, in the SEC Championship Game on Saturday.
Lacy praised the offensive line for creating holes on both passing and rushing plays when he spoke with Daniel Kramer of Dogbytes Online after the game.
Lacy rushed 20 times for 181 yards and two touchdowns versus Georgia. Yeldon complemented Lacy by carrying the ball 25 times for 153 yards and one touchdown.
Alabama committed to the running game in the second half as they rushed the ball 10 consecutive times and on 18 of 20 plays spanning two drives.
Quarterback A.J. McCarron said that Alabama didn't abandon the passing game but instead were taking what the Georgia defense was giving them.
Lacy said that coach Nick Saban wanted them to dominate Georgia and "it just came down to man on man and who wanted it more."