Provided depth along one of the nation’s deepest defensive fronts ... led the team with six pass breakups from a down lineman and added 34 total tackles ... also had four quarterback hurries ... earned defensive player of the week recognition from the Alabama coaches for his efforts against ULM and Charleston Southern. Wisconsin: Saw action in the season opener, recording two total tackles, both assisted ... added a team-leading three pass breakups ... helped limit the Badger offense to just 268 yards of total offense and 17 points ... also plugged up the middle to limit UW to just 40 yards rushing on 21 total attempts. Middle Tennessee: Entered off the bench to provide the Tide with depth along the defensive line ... collected three tackles on the day ... helped limit the Blue Raider offense to just 86 yards on the ground. Ole Miss: A disruptive force up the middle, collected two tackles as well as his team-leading fourth pass breakup of the season. ULM: Made a season-high five stops along the defensive front and added one pass breakup ... helped limit the Warhawk offense to just 92 yards of total offense and only nine yards rushing. Georgia: Provided depth along the Alabama defensive front, putting pressure on the Bulldogs all afternoon ... did not record any stats by game’s end. Arkansas: Created a push along the defensive front, finishing his night with two quarterback hurries and one pass breakup to move his NCAA-leading total to six.