No. 3 Ohio State is preparing this week for next Monday’s national championship showdown vs. No. 1 Alabama. In the College Football Playoff semifinals, Ohio State defeated No. 2 Clemson 49-28 and Alabama beat No. 4 Notre Dame 31-14.

The national championship should be a fascinating clash between the Alabama offense and the Ohio State defense.

If Ohio State is going to win its first national title since 2014, they’ll have to slow down a high-octane Alabama offense featuring five All-Americans, anchored by Heisman Trophy wide receiver DeVonta Smith. Alabama has scored over 30 points in every game this season.

Meanwhile, the Ohio State defense has only allowed over 30 points in just one game this season, which came in a 42-35 victory vs. Indiana.

Ohio State defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs addressed the media on Wednesday. Here’s some of what Coombs had to say about Alabama’s offense: