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Unofficial halftime stats:
1st Downs 5 17
3rd down efficiency 3-7 7-7
4th down efficiency 0-0 0-0
Total Yards 99 328
Passing 44 175
Comp-Att 3-10 13-18
Yards per pass 4.4 9.7
Rushing 55 153
Rushing Attempts 17 23
Yards per rush 3.2 6.7
Penalties 4-48 2-10
Turnovers 2 0
Fumbles lost 1 0
Interceptions thrown 1 0
Possession 13:40 16:20
McCarron 13 of 18, 175 yards, 3 TDs
Lacy 14 carries, 111 yards, 2 TDs
Christopher Walsh covers Alabama football for BamaOnline, 247Sports, and is the author of 18 books.
Le go 2nd D... At least I hope that's what we see
I want to see #31 score for us......... at least I think that is his number.
QUOTE FROM HEAD COACH NICK SABAN
“I think we've played well. The upbeat tempo has probably helped us a little against them. We did a good job of checking them. The quarterback did a good job. We are still having trouble getting off of the field on third down. We need to get that straightened out. I'm pleased. Anytime you have this score at halftime in this game, you have to be pleased."
GAME CAPTAINS: Alabama’s captains for the Auburn game were Nico Johnson, Barrett Jones and Damion Square. Alabama won the toss and elected to receive the opening kickoff.
TIDE 59-3 UNDER SABAN WHEN LEADING AT THE HALF: Alabama enters halftime with a 42-0 lead over Auburn. The Crimson Tide is 59-3 when leading at the half under head coach Nick Saban.
FIRST HALF LEAD VERSUS AUBURN: The 42-0 first half lead is the largest halftime lead Alabama has ever had against rival Auburn. It also marks the first time in the history of the series that either team has scored more than 40 points in two consecutive games.
FIVE-FOR-FIVE IN DRIVES: Alabama has scored touchdowns on its first five drives for the second game in a row. The Tide opened the Western Carolina game with touchdowns on its first five drives and has done the same against rival Auburn, ending the half with scores on six straight possessions. UA has outscored its last two opponents, 77-0 in the first half.
FIRST QUARTER POINTS: UA has outscored its opponents, 139-26 in the first quarter this season. The Tide has not allowed a point in the first quarter nine times in 2012.
42 FIRST HALF POINTS: Alabama scored 42 first half points against Auburn. It marks the second game in a row the Crimson Tide has put up 42 points in the first half.
LESTER CAREER INTERCEPTIONS: Alabama senior safety Robert Lester picked off his 14th career pass. The 14 interceptions rank tied for fifth in the Alabama career annals. His 183 career interception return yards rank eighth all-time.
McCARRON CAREER TOUCHDOWN PASSES: Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron has now moved into sole possession of second place on the career touchdown passing list. He enters halftime with 43 on his career, passing the 41 by Brodie Croyle. John Parker Wilson holds the school record with 47 career passing touchdowns.
TOUCHDOWN TANDEM: Alabama running backs Eddie Lacy and T.J. Yeldon became the first rushing tandem for the Crimson Tide to score 10 or more touchdowns on the ground each since 2008 (Glen Coffee & Mark Ingram). Lacy enters half time with 14 touchdowns while Yeldon has found the endzone 10 times.
Alabama has scored at least one rushing touchdown in all but one game this season. The Tide has scored two or more in nine games, including seven in a row.
LACY RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS: Alabama running back Eddie Lacy enters the locker room with 14 touchdowns on the season. His 14 rushing touchdowns rank tied for ninth in the single season annals. His 27 career rushing touchdowns rank tied for seventh in the record books.
FIRST HALF SHUTOUTS: Alabama entered the locker room at the half with a 42-0 lead over Auburn. The Crimson Tide has now kept opponents off the scoreboard six times in the first half this season.
SCORING STREAK CONTINUES
With Eddie Lacy’s 2-yard touchdown run on the opening drive against Auburn, Alabama raised its current total of consecutive games in which it scored to 154 – the longest streak in program history.
SENIOR DAY: This Alabama senior class has put together an overall record of 46-5 over the last four seasons entering Saturday’s Iron Bowl. That victory total is a new University of Alabama record over a four-year period and 46 wins are currently more than any other team from a BCS conference.
Bell on the sideline, using crutches.
How did this crappy phone just put out a downvote!!! My bad Chris.I guess I'm just to excited!!
Hit him for u
Tyler Hayes gets things started with a good hit on the kickoff.
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Mason goes nowhere on first down. Ivory on the tackle.
Bell looks like he won't be playing for a while.
DePriest makes that tackle and it will be 3rd and 5
Hubbard knocks the ball loose on the sack, but Auburn recovers. Auburn punts.
Alabama will take over at the 39. first team offense in.
did Vern just say JIM ??? lol
Did Vern almost say "Jim?"
Did Verne just call Jim, Jim ??
Verne just called him "Jim". Lol
Verne just almost said Jim
Yes he did. Ha!
Vern call him gizz Chizik?
lacy plows ahead for a first down.
seriously, why wont they just run?
Proves he's been reading the board.
I'm surprised the Barn came out for the second half.
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