Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/20/14
Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron was so overcome by emotion after leading the Crimson Tide to a go-ahead score against LSU on Saturday night that he began crying on the sidelines. McCarron and Bama’s offense were quiet in the second half of the game in Baton Rouge. They lost their lead and failed to score until the final minute of the game, when they went 72 yards over five plays in just 43 seconds. Just when it looked like the country’s No. 1 team was going down, McCarron led his team down the field for the win. He capped the drive with a 28-yard touchdown pass to T.J. Yeldon, coming alive when his team needed it. The junior quarterback went 14/27 for 165 yards and the winning touchdown in Bama’s 21-17 win over LSU. He also had a rushing touchdown. Bama fans no doubt like this image a lot more than last year’s Roll Tide crying image. Image via Guyism
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2 Comments:
  • AND YOUR POINT IS????? Geez they are still 19-22 year old kids. I'm sure they were tears of happiness lol.
  • Absolutely tears of joy They are still kids with a will to win. I had tears of joy myself
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