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I didn't think the Alabama Crimson Tide football team would lose a game this season, but they came oh so close to losing on Saturday night to the No. 5 LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge.
In fact, with just a minute and a half left in the game, it certainly appeared the No.1-ranked team in the BCS was going to lose. That was until Heisman Trophy candidate A.J. McCarron led a five-play, 72-yard drive,
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Between Alabama Crimson Tide RBs Eddie Lacy and TJ Yeldon, Blake Sims hasn’t gotten as much playing time as he would probably like, but that did not stop him from sharing his feelings with the LSU Tiger fans behind the Crimson Tide bench. It looks as though he yells “Suck it B****” as he makes the classic motion towards his crotch.Crimson Tide Head Coach Nick Saban will not...
Alabama remained undefeated after defeating LSU Saturday night. It was a close fought game in Death Valley but T.J. Yeldon took a swing pass from quarterback A.J. McCarron and went 28 yards for the go ahead touchdown with 51 seconds remaining. The 21-17 win over LSU will keep Alabama atop the college football polls.
The win moves Alabama to 9-0 (6-0 in Southeastern Conference)...
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -- T.J. Yeldon took a swing pass from A.J. McCarron and went 28 yards for a touchdown with 51 seconds remaining, giving top-ranked Alabama a stunning 21-17 victory over No. 5 LSU on a raucous Saturday night in Death Valley.
The Crimson Tide (9-0, 6-0 Southeastern Conference) showed it could come from behind after Zach Mettenberger rallied the Tigers (7-2, 3...
With cameras focused on AJ McCarron sobbing uncontrollably on the sidelines, someone tuning in with one minute remaining in the Alabama-LSU classic would have presumed it all slipped away, a perfect season evaporating in a riotous sea of purple and gold.
TV cameras did after all show the Crimson Tide were in Tiger Stadium, where, according to LSU coach Les Miles, opponents'...
In what is being called the “Rally in Death Valley”, Alabama beat LSU Saturday night 21-17 on a TJ Yeldon TD catch from AJ McCarron. The good folks over at RollOnToVictory have put together a compilation video of Bama fans celebrating the win. Here is their description: “From living rooms out of state to the The post Video: Alabama Victory Celebration Compilation appeared first...
As T.J. Yeldon ran into the Tiger Stadium end zone, his arms outstretched as he screamed into the Baton Rouge night, the consensus was resoundly confirmed.
Alabama is the nations No. 1 team. The only question is, who should be No. 2?
Its Oregon that is second in the AP Top 25 and the Coaches Poll, while Kansas State holds that spot in the BCS Standings and Notre Dame is close behind...
By now you've seen almost every possible view of the A.J. McCarron screen pass that T.J. Yeldon took 28 yards to the house to beat LSU Saturday night, but you haven't seen one as cool as this. This video from Buffalo Wild Wings in Tuscaloosa captures the nail biting excitement and explosive jubilation of Alabama's game winning TD in Baton Rouge. You're gonna want...
Alabama continues to be ranked number one in the nation this week despite its close call against LSU in Baton Rouge Saturday night. The Crimson Tide scored a touchdown in the final minute of the game – 28 yards from AJ McCarron to T.J. Yeldon – to sneak out with a 21-17 victory over the previously fifth-ranked Fighting Tigers.
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban said his No. 1-ranked Crimson Tide team came from behind to beat the LSU Tigers after following the example set by the elite Navy SEAL team that killed Osama bin Laden. Saban’s wartime comparison came as National Geographic broadcast a movie about the bin Laden raid Sunday night, right before the presidential election.
One would be hard-pressed to think of any players other than AJ McCarron, T.J. Yeldon, and Kevin Norwood when thinking about the amazing comeback of the Alabama football team in defeating LSU in Tiger Stadium Saturday night. But two of those three failed to earn weekly player of the week recognition as selected by the Bama coaching staff.
BATON ROUGE, LA No one could call this one boring.
That, of course, was the knock on the last two meetings between Alabama and LSU, the first being settled solely on the feet of the field goal kickers and the second, the BCS Championship Game, being another defensive slugfest that put many on the east coast asleep before halftime.
Not this one.
Unlike the other two, this year...