Former Buckeye WR Jameson Williams absolutely torched Georgia's defense in Alabama's SEC title game victory
Alabama notched one of the best wins of the season on Saturday, taking down top-ranked Georgia in the SEC Championship Game.
One of the reasons the Crimson Tide had so much success against the Bulldogs is quarterback Bryce Young and former Ohio State wideout Jameson Willams.
Jameson Williams had had 121 yards after the catch, most against a Georgia defense in the last 10 seasons.
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Williams had another big game for the Tide catching 7 passes for 184 years and 2 touchdowns. His first touchdown of 67 yards, broke open the game for the Tide who was down at the time 10-0.
The speedster, who was thought to be the fourth wide receiver on the Buckeyes roster last year, has been the home run hitter all season for Alabama.
Williams, who most likely will be a first-team All-SEC player, has amassed 1,445 yards and 15 touchdowns this season.