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Finally a touchback
we need to play a lot better
Pagan drills the QB on the first play of the second half - sack
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alright guys this is where we usually straighten up and make adjustments!!
QUOTE FROM HEAD COACH NICK SABAN
“We still have a chance to win the game. We turned the ball over three times, and they scored twice off of turnovers and we gave up a score on turnovers. We haven’t played very well on defense. We haven’t stopped them when we had the opportunity. We have to tackle better. We have to play better. We have to play our responsibility better. We have a couple of players nicked up or kind of banged up in the secondary, so that’s not helping us any. We’ve got an opportunity to win the game, but we have to play the game to win the game.”
GAME CAPTAINS: Alabama’s captains for tonight’s game against Oklahoma are AJ McCarron, C.J. Mosley and Kevin Norwood. The Sooners won the coin toss and elected to defer the opening kickoff.
COLLINS HAULS IN HIS SECOND PICK OF THE SEASON: Sophomore defensive back Landon Collins halted Oklahoma’s opening drive of the game by intercepting Trevor Knight’s pass at the Alabama 24. It was the second pick of the season for Collins and 11th for the Crimson Tide overall.
WHITE NOTCHES A PAIR OF 60-PLUS YARD RECEPTIONS: Junior wide receiver DeAndrew White had a big first half for the Crimson Tide offensively, finishing with a career-high 139 yards off three receptions. Two of White’s receptions went for over 60 yards, catching a 63-yarder on Alabama’s opening drive to set up 1st and goal, while the other came in the second quarter for 67 yards and a touchdown.
McCARRON NEARING 3,000-YARD SEASON: Senior quarterback AJ McCarron has 2,977 career passing yards after tallying 301 in the first half. Should McCarron reach the 3,000 mark, he would become the first quarterback to reach the milestone in program history. The single-season record is currently held by Greg McElroy, who had 2,987 in 2010. McCarron entered today’s game with 2,676 yards.
McCARRON RECORDS FIFTH-CAREER 300-YARD PASSING GAME: In just one half of football, senior quarterback AJ McCarron threw for 301 yards, marking the fifth time in his career he has had over 300 yards in a single game and third time this season. McCarron had a career-high 359 yards at Kentucky and 334 at Texas A&M in the Crimson Tide’s second game of the season. In 2012, he had 309 versus the Aggies and 306 at Tennessee.
SCORING STREAK CONTINUES: With sophomore running back T.J. Yeldon’s 1-yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter, Alabama has scored in 169 consecutive games – the longest streak in program history.
MF THATS HOW YOU ATTACK! lol
Depreist and Williams were lost in that play.
There we go. Let's do this!!!
Somebody pissed us off.
Great series D... Geno was in the game
Bama Illinois said... (original post)Say what you want, but minus 2 will cause you to lose every game.
Bama Illinois said... (original post)
Say what you want, but minus 2 will cause you to lose every game.
What is minus two?
Defense finally stop Oklahoma. Looks fired up.
Pagan! Attaway Defense! Let's go! Touchdown Drive!
great stop D
Jones returns the punt for a TD, but there's two flags on the play. That's coming back.
Tpwinn87 said... (original post)What is minus two?
Tpwinn87 said... (original post)
What is minus two?
That happens all the time and of course it's called on us.
Everyone got a block in the back there. I got up and pushed my dog in the back so I could fit in too.
Ok need a TD on this drive. Got to step it up.
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