After rushing for a career-high 151 yards against Vanderbilt on Saturday, Alabama running back Damien Harris was quick to give the credit to his teammates.

During a media appearance on Monday, the junior praised his offensive line for the work they did creating holes for the running game and protecting the quarterbacks in the passing game.

"That was an incredible thing to be a part of," Harris said. "We have to give all the credit to the offensive line for the entire game. In the run game, they moved people, they moved the line of scrimmage, they created holes, and they made us look good."

As a team, the Crimson Tide rushed for 496 yards, which is the most in a single game under head coach Nick Saban. Fans even got a chance to see true freshmen Najee Harris and Brian Robinson Jr. combine for 121 yards and touchdown.

"Seeing those young guys come in and have that kind of success, it's kind of like really rewarding for us older guys," Harris said.

How to you show your gratitude to an offensive lineman? You feed him. That's apparently what Harris plans to do.

"I think I said that after the game on Saturday. I said that I got a treat for the o-line so I'll get with those guys and see what we can come up with."