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Alabama’s A. J. McCarron scambles against Virginia Tech in the Crimson Tide’s 35-10 win Saturday. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
It really doesn’t matter how you look at Alabama’s win over Virginia Tech, it was ugly. Even the most cynical Crimson Tide fans probably would agree with that conclusion, considering Alabama was held to 206 total yards in its 35-10 victory over Virginia Tech. There have been a lot of ugly games in my lifetime. I watch football unlike many others and I usually remember 95 percent of the games I do watch, but when I think of the ugliest college football games I’ve ever watched, I think of the 2008 Auburn-Mississippi State game. The Tigers won 3-2.
Saturday’s game between the Tide and Hokies was nearly as ugly, although Christion Jones and a 77-yard run by Trey Edmunds stopped the score from being that low (thank goodness). Take away the Edmunds run and Virginia Tech had 125 yards. Take away a punt return, kickoff return, and an interception return and...
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Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron had surgery on his toe Thursday to fix an infection.
The senior quarterback will play in Saturday’s game against Virgina Tech.
McCarron had a toe nail removed and later showed up in a walking boot in Atlanta, site of today’s game. Naturally this caused an uproar on social media but according to reports...
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Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron was spotted wearing a walking boot ahead of his team's opening game against Virginia Tech.
You better bet that Alabama is ready to start the season in the Georgia Dome against Virginia Tech Saturday. Because if they’re not- they’re not the team they should be. But if you, as a fan, need to get your last minute head lines and information headed into the starting whistle, I’ve got you covered.
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Yesterday’s big news in the college football world? Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron was spotted wearing a protective boot on his right foot ahead of the Tide’s matchup with Virginia Tech in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. The two-time national champion is reported to have had a nasty ingrown toenail that required recent surgery.
Fans have been having a bit of fun with McCarron’s...
Last night there were rumors that AJ McCarron had been walking around in a boot before the Virginia Tech Hokies – Alabama Crimson Tide game. In what I call “Bootgate”, the internet argued whether or not the this would impact the game. Well @BarrettSallee is currently at the Georgia Dome and confirmed that McCarron was in fact, not in a boot. Rest easy Alabama fans. Your star...
Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron had Crimson Tide fans somewhat concerned on Friday night after he was photographed wearing a walking boot in Atlanta, the site of the team’s season-opening game Saturday against Virginia Tech. Alabama QB AJ McCarron in a walking boot upon arrival in Atlanta to face Virginia Tech. #Bama #VT #SEC pic.twitter.com/BwaLwQkmBH — […]
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron arrived in Atlanta on Friday wearing a walking boot on his right foot. A photo of the senior Heisman contender on Twitter walking through a lobby with the boot sent media and fans into a frenzy.
Saturday morning Alabama officials confirmed that McCarron had received treatment for an ingrown toenail, but he would play in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic...
Alabama rolled over Virginia Tech in a 35-10 show-of-strength.
Quarterback AJ McCarron did not have the best day with his 10-for-24 outing.
McCarron did play a small role in the dynamic day of Christion Jones. Jones caught a touchdown from his quarterback and returned both a kickoff and a punt for scores.
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A photo surfaced Friday apparently showing Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron in a walking boot as he exited the team bus in Atlanta ahead of the Crimson Tide's Saturday game against Virginia Tech.
But two sources tell FOXSports.com college football insider Clay Travis that the boot is merely a precautionary measure.
I’ll be fine T…University of Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron seen above in a walking boot before today’s game against Virginia Tech. Should Alabama Fans be concerened, I’m thinking they got enough horsepower to win with him on one leg.-TOKatherine Webb out in wake of cheating RumorsAJ McCarron Shacked up with the Princess?
It’s College gameday and football is off and running, why not share some excitement of Alabama fans. Roll Tide Roll.-TOAlabama QB AJ McCarron In A Walking BootGameday Johnny Manziel Sign
No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide (13-1) Coach Nick Saban (seventh season, 63-13 at Alabama, 159-55-1 overall) Returning starters: Alabama 14, 6 offense, 7 defense, 1 special teams Recruiting rank: 1 Strength of schedule: 35 If coach Nick Saban was worried before about his players being overconfident after winning the 2012 BCS Championship, then he must be losing sleep over keeping...
Zach Tow from the college football website SaturdayEdge.com will be giving us his Daily Fantasy College Football picks each week. You can follow him on twitter@_CFFNEWS_ for all your college fantasy news and advice.
Here are the top plays and value picks he is looking at for Saturday’s games:
Top Play: Brett Hundley. UCLA (vs. Nevada)- One of my favorite players, Hundley...
“Beamer Ball” couldn’t keep up with the Jones, and the result was a pair of dynamic kick returns that greatly aided Alabama’s season-opening 35-10 win over Virginia Tech in Atlanta. Jones scored on a 72-yard punt return, a 94-yard kickoff return, and threw in a 38-yard touchdown reception from AJ McCarron.
The two-time defending champion Alabama has returned to the gridiron — the Crimson Tide is taking on Virginia Tech in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at the Georgia Dome. Alabama of course is a heavy favorite, even with A.J. McCarron being spotted in a walking boot yesterday before the game.
But Alabama must have decided that it was best to keep McCarron off the field — after stopping...