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Alabama, Notre Dame matchup breakdown with betting line, stat leaders

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Matchup

 NDALA
W-L 12-0 12-1
Avg Points 26.8 38.5
Avg Points Allowed 10.3 10.7
Home Record 7-0 7-1
Road Record 5-0 5-0
Division Record 2-0 5-1
Conference Record 0-0 7-1

Passing Leaders

 
Notre DameCMP%YDSTDINT
E. Golson 58.9 2135 11 5
T. Rees 57.6 436 2 2
 
AlabamaCMP%YDSTDINT
A. McCarron 66.8 2669 26 3
B. Sims 50.0 77 0 0

Rushing Leaders

 
Notre DameCARYDSAVGTD
T. Riddick 180 880 4.9 5
C. Wood 110 740 6.7 4
 
AlabamaCARYDSAVGTD
E. Lacy 184 1182 6.4 16
T. Yeldon 154 1000 6.5 11

Receiving Leaders

 
Notre DameRECYDSAVGTD
T. Eifert 44 624 14.2 4
T. Jones 43 559 13.0 4
 
AlabamaRECYDSAVGTD
A. Cooper 53 895 16.9 9
K. Bell 17 431 25.4 3
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