See CBS' Jamie Erdahl beat Alabama's Bryce Young, Jordan Battle, Jameson Williams in PIG

Erik Hall
The Tuscaloosa News

CBS reporter Jamie Erdahl challenged Alabama football players Bryce Young, Jordan Battle and Jameson Williams to a basketball game of PIG. 

Erdahl came out victorious.

Young was the first eliminated followed by Williams. It came down to Erdahl vs. Battle, and Erdahl hit a shot at the right elbow that Battle couldn't match.

Erdahl ran around the court after her victory.

"I proved my point. She's not on the team," Battle said after Erdahl's win. "I'm still the best player on the team."

Erdahl played college basketball at St. Olaf College from 2007-09.

The game was provoked by Battle saying earlier this season: "I can hoop. I'm a hooper. I can shoot. I can dribble. I can do everything, you feel me. If you have anybody who thinks they can beat me in one-on-one, send them my way."

Alabama men's basketball player Jaden Shackelford responded to a tweet of the video with "smh" and three laughing emojis. SMH commonly stands for "shaking my head." 

After the segment aired on CBS, studio analyst Rick Neuheisel said, "Congratulations there Erdahl. Note to self, don't line up against her." 

On Saturday, Alabama football faces the Arkansas Razorbacks. 

Alabama, ranked No. 2 in the USA Today Sports AFCA Coaches Poll, comes into the matchup 9-1 overall and 5-1 in the SEC. Most recently, Alabama beat New Mexico State 59-3 on Nov. 13.

The No. 22-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks enter the game 7-3 overall and 3-3 in the SEC. On Nov. 13, Arkansas beat LSU 16-13 in overtime.

Entering Saturday, Alabama leads the all-time series 24-7 vs. Arkansas. 

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Sep 4, 2021; Atlanta, Georgia, USA;  Alabama quarterback Bryce Young (9) leaves the field with his first win as a starter at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Alabama defeated Miami 44-13. Mandatory Credit: Gary Cosby-USA TODAY Sports

Nick Saban is the Alabama football head coach. Sam Pittman is the Arkansas Razorbacks football head coach. 

Erik Hall is the lead digital producer for sports with the USA Today Network. You can find him on Twitter @HallErik