Prolific. Definition: see Alabama's offense or more specifically Oklahoma's offense. They are both, at times, poetry in motion orchestrated by number one and two in Heisman Trophy voting.

Tua Tagovailoa, when healthy, is nearly flawless. The Alabama sophomore quarterback threw 37 touchdowns to four interceptions behind an offense that shattered school records for both points (623) and touchdowns (84). 

The Tide ranks second nationally scoring 47.9 points a game. That's second to Oklahoma who's averaging 49.5 points a game and by the numbers this may be the game's best offense ever.

Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray's Sooner offense is averaging 8.9 yards per play, a new NCAA season record by more than half a yard.

Defensively speaking, one is more porous than the other, like quartz next to Swiss cheese.

Alabama: the quartz in this equation. The Crimson Tide has limited opponents to have an average of 14.8 points and has given up more than three touchdowns just three times.

Oklahoma has given up more than three touchdowns in nine of 13 games and they fail to crack the top 100 nationally in total defense.

In conclusion, the Oklahoma defense does indeed bend. 

The question is, can Alabama make it break?

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