Found August 06, 2012 on Shirts With Random Triangles:
But that was yesterday, and yesterday's gone. Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron is focusing on this season, and not on the Tide's 2011 BCS title win. ( Nuss Kid on the Block. Don Kausler Jr. profiles first-year Alabama offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier. ( Fast Eddie.  Mark Edwards profiles Alabama running back Eddie Lacy, who was faster than A.J. McCarron expected when passing to him when fall practice began. (The Montgomery Advertiser) Remember the Name.  Jim Kleinpeter profiles LSU defensive end and Name of the Year legend Barkevious Mingo. (The New Orleans Times-Picayune) LSU eligibility issues. LSU has two members of its 2012 recruiting class declared academically ineligible, bring the total number of ineligible players to three. (The Shrieveport Times) Raw Deal.  Georgia right tackle Kolton Houston's NCAA drug suspension is unfair. Because Fletcher Proctor said so. ( To redshirt or not to redshirt? ...

No QB battle, but McCarron competing everyday

When fall camp started last year, Alabama didn't know who its starting quarterback would be. This year obviously A.J. McCarron doesn't have to worry about splitting reps as he's the clear No. 1. But despite that pressure off his shoulders, he's still competing just as hard.

VIDEO: Fall camp day 3, offensive drills

Watch Alabama players like A.J. McCarron, Alec Morris, T.J. Yeldon, Eddie Lacy and Michael Williams practice offensive drills at Fan Day.

Maxwell Watch List Player Previews: SEC

The Maxwell Award is given out to “The Outstanding Collegiate Player of the Year”. Here’s a preview on every Maxwell Watch List candidate from the SEC. A look into who they were last season, and who they can potentially be this season. QB: AJ McCarron (Junior, Alabama) With Trent Richardson running the show last season, McCarron was consistently successful in his shadow, proven...
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