Kolby Jackson’s grin was a mile wide on the Crimson Tide’s sideline near the end of the first half of Friday night’s 48-14 homecoming thumping of Northwood.
Jackson turned to a friend standing on the fence.
“Two, two and two,” Jackson said pointing to friends and teammates Rodtravion Rogers and Tavarius Edwards.
“We all got two (touchdowns) tonight.”
It was that kind of night for the Crimson Tide.
Northwood was unable to stop the plethora of weapons that head coach Spencer Heard has at his disposal and the defense was equally dominant, only allowing seven points after the starters had taken their place on