In just under two weeks, the College Football Playoff semifinals are set to kick off. No. 1 Alabama faces off against No. 4 Oklahoma, while No. 2 Clemson takes on No. 3 Notre Dame for the right to make the title game.
The Crimson Tide and Sooners are set for one of the most-anticipated match-ups of bowl season as the Heisman Trophy-winner and the Heisman Trophy-runner-up go head-to-head. Oklahoma's Kyler Murray gave one of the most-impressive seasons we've seen in recent memory en route to his Heisman win.
Now he'll take on the longtime Heisman Trophy-front-runner, Tua Tagovailoa. The Crimson Tide have had trouble with mobile quarterbacks in the past - think Johnny Manziel and Deshaun Watson.
So how does the team plan to defend arguably the best dual-threat in the game today?
Star defensive lineman Quinnen Williams made it simple: "Just get your hands up. Kyler's short. We've got 6-7 Raekwon (Davis). I'm 6-4. We've got (Isaiah) Buggs, who's 6-4. So, just getting our hands up, just affecting him in general, get pressure on him, get hits on him."
Alabama and Oklahoma are set for an 8:00 p.m. ET kickoff on ESPN on December 29.