Alabama 48 | Auburn 21

Bama quarterback Jeff Rutledge played an outstanding game.  Rutledge ended the 1977 season with 1,518 rushing and passing yards — the second best in Bama history, succeeding big names like Ken Stabler and Joe Namath.  Coach Bryant said, “I think the game was won up front, in the trenches.  I think our lines dominated the game — the offense in the second half and the defense all day.  The kicking game was the most costly thing against us — I’ll put it another way: they had a better game than us.” 

All-American Ozzie Newsome (#82) receives a pass from QB Jeff Rutledge (not pictured).

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