AJ McCarron displays maturity in win
NEW ORLEANS -- Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron needed one game plus 55 minutes to lead his offense into the end zone against No. 1 LSU. By then, however, the sophomore from Mobile already had delivered the No. 2 Crimson Tide to the promised land.
The box score shows that Alabama kicked five field goals and that McCarron never threw a touchdown pass. The Tide's lone touchdown, a 34-yard run by Trent Richardson with 4:36 to play, gave Alabama the 21-0 lead that will be ...
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