Tide off and running ... and throwing ... and dominating
It was hard to notice that the 2009 Heisman Trophy winner was missing Saturday night in top-ranked Alabama's 48-3 season-opening victory over San Jose State on Saturday night before a record crowd of 101,821 in expanded Bryant-Denny Stadium.
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#1 Sep 5, 2010
If Ingram would have played Alabama would have scored two more touchdowns So really Alabama could have scored 62 points or more. Also remember that McElroy sat out half the game and Alabama took out its better players for much of the game also. Penn State will be a challenge but Alabama will not be denied and will find a way to surmount the challenges each and every week with each and every opponent.
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