2010 Alabama Crimson Tide

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    2010 Alabama Crimson Tide

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    Week Opponent Result
    1 SJDU W 56-0
    2 Penn State L 14-20
    3 at Duke W 43-0
    4 at Arkansas W 34-7
    5 Florida W 56-0
    6 at South Carolina W 49-28
    7 Mississippi W 35-14
    8 at Tennessee W 27-10
    9 bye
    10 at LSU W 23-7
    11 Mississippi State W 45-14
    12 FCS Southeast W 65-0
    13 Auburn(DJ391) L 23-30
    14 bye
    15 bye
    CC Florida W 37-17
    BG Georgia Tech W 63-0
     
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    Week 3

    Alabama - 43
    Duke - 0

    Alabama rolls to an easy victory in coach cnic75's debut. Unfortunately, the Tide with be without key backup running back Trent Richardson for at least 4 weeks due to injury. He went down early in the 1st quarter. Mark Ingram led the ground attack with 135 yards and 1 score while freshmen Eddie Lacy stepped in for Richardson and ran for 59 yards and 1 score.

    Greg McElroy was an efficient 14 for 15 for 145 yards and 3 touchdowns. He hit 7 different receivers on the day. Marquis Maze and Michael Williams each hauled in 4 passes.

    The defense got to the Duke quarterback 5 times including once in the endzone for a safety.

    Alabama will next travel to Arkansas to open SEC play.
     
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    Week 4

    Alabama - 34
    Arkansas - 7

    Alabama opens SEC play with an easy victory over Arkansas.

    Greg McElroy and Mark Ingram led the offense again this week. McElroy was not as efficient as he was last week. He completed 16 of 22 passes for 232 yards and 1 touchdown. Ingram ran the ball 19 times for 117 yards with 2 touchdowns.

    The defense had 2 sacks and 2 interceptions.

    The Crimson Tide will next host rival Florida.
     
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    Alabama - 56
    Florida - 0

    Alabama crushes Florida in a matchup of top 10 teams. The game plan going into the week was to control the ball and keep the Gators high powered offense off the field. Alabama ran the ball 40 times and accomplished this. Mark Ingram took 20 of those carries and ran for 102 yards and 2 touchdowns. Redshirt freshman Eddie Lacy is filling in nicely for injured RB Trent Richardson. He ran for 72 yards on 15 carries with 3 touchdowns. QB Greg McElroy also had another efficient game going 14 for 18 for 225 yards and 2 touchdowns. He hit 7 different receivers on the day. Brandon Gibson led those receivers with 3 catches for 85 yards and 1 score.

    The Crimson Tide will travel to South Carolina next week to face the Gamecocks.
     
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    Week 6

    Alabama - 49
    South Carolina - 28

    The first half of this game was an offensive showcase. Both teams seemed to score at will by tallying a total of 58 points in the first two quarters.

    Greg McElroy and the two-headed running back attack of Mark Ingram and Eddy Lacy paced the high powered Crimson Tide offense on the day. McElroy shredded the Gamecock secondary for 322 yards by completing 20 of 27 passes. He also threw 2 touchdowns and had 1 interception. Ingram and Lacy combined for 169 yards on the ground with 4 scores. Darius Hanks led the receivers with 7 catches for 164 yards and 1 touchdown.

    The defense picked off 2 balls while sacking Stephen Garica twice. The Gamecock quarterback still managed to throw for 411 yards on the day. The defense looked horrible defending the pass but was able to hold the South Carolina running backs to only 24 yards throughout the contest.

    Alabama will host Ole Miss in another tough SEC matchup.
     
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    Week 7

    Alabama - 35
    Ole Miss - 14

    This game was just the opposite of my previous one. Last game I could not stop the pass, this game I could not stop the run. Ole Miss ran for 179 yards and 2 touchdowns. Brandon Bolden gashed my defense for 137 yards and 2 scores. He seemed to break just about every tackle (7 total).

    The game was decided late in the 4th quarter by 3 Dre Kirkpatrick interceptions, one returned 61 yards for a touchdown. He ended the afternoon with 3 tackles, 3 interceptions, and 3 pass deflections.

    Trent Richardson returned from injury and had a monster game. He ran the ball 13 times for 143 yards and 3 scores. One of those scores was a 73 yarder. Greg McElroy had a terrible game. He went 9 for 18 for 129 yards with no touchdowns and 3 interceptions.

    This game was not without disappointment. Junior Free Safety Robbie Green was lost to injury for at least 7 weeks.

    Next week Alabama travels to Knoxville to face the Vols.
     
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    Week 8

    Alabama - 27
    Tennessee - 10

    Alabama survives upset bid by Vols

    Sloppy, sloppy, sloppy. That is the only way to describe this game. There were 7 turnovers on the afternoon. Tennessee had 5 and Alabama 2. Both of my turnovers came from Mark Ingram fumbling.

    Tennessee's run defense came to play today. It seemed like they were in the back field all afternoon. Ingram ran for 81 yards on 20 carries. He was able to find the endzone twice but each time the run was under 3 yards. He did not have any carries over 20 yards. Trent Richardson was held to only 23 yards on 11 carries.

    Greg McElroy had a pretty good game. He completed 17 of 22 passes for 203 yards and 1 touchdown. His touchdown was late in the 4th quarter when he hit Earl Alexander on a 39 yard strike. Darius Hanks led the receivers with 6 catches for 44 yards.

    Dre Kirkpatrick and Nico Johnson both had interceptions on the day. Both came in the 4th quarter as the Vols tried to make the game close. The Alabama defense also caused 3 fumbles and recovered each of them.

    Alabama has a bye next week before traveling to Baton Rouge to face the Bayou Bengels.
     
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    Week 10

    Alabama - 23
    LSU - 7

    Alabama overcomes another disappointing game from Greg McElroy to beat the Tigers in Death Valley. The Crimson Tide quarterback completed only 9 of 20 passes for 96 yards. He had no touchdowns and 1 interception. Mark Ingram also had a bad day. He finished with only 59 yards on 15 carries. Trent Richardson carried the team again. He ran for 129 yards on 23 carries and 1 TD.

    The defense was the story of the game. They held the Bayou Bengel offense to only 182 total yards (34 rushing and 148 passing). Alabama picked off Jordan Jefferson twice including one by Nico Johnson that was returned 56 yards for a score. The defense also forced and recovered one fumble.

    Alabama will next host Mississippi State.
     
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    Week 11

    Alabama - 45
    Mississippi State - 14

    Alabama shakes off a slow start to blow out the Bulldogs

    Mississippi State started the game off with a bang. Chris Relf completed a long bomb for a 77 yard score to Brandon Heavens on the first play from scrimmage. He was somehow able to beat triple coverage for the score. The Bulldogs continued to keep things close unil the fourth quarter. They were only down 21-14 going into the final quarter.

    Alabama used a heavy dose of running in the second half to pull away. Mark Ingram, Trent Richardson, Eddie Lacy, and Demetrius Goode combined for 331 yards and 4 touchdowns. Greg McElroy bounched back from last week's bad performance. He went 21 for 32 for 251 yards with 2 touchdowns and 1 interception.

    The Crimson Tide will next host FCS Southeast.
     
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    Week 12

    Alabama - 65
    FCS Southeast - 0

    Alabama uses 2nd team players to crush FCS Southeast

    Alabama only allowed its starters to play the 1st quarter in this laugher. The score was 45-0 at the half. The Crimson Tide ran the ball mostly on the day, rushing 46 times for 434 yards and 7 touchdowns. Little used Junior Jeramie Griffin led the team with 133 yards on 14 carries. Eddie Lacy and Demetrius Goode also ran for over 100 yards. Lacy had 117 yards with 1 touchdown while Goode went for 110 yards and 1 touchdown. Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson did see some action. Richardson had 2 touchdowns and Ingram 1.

    The Crimson Tide will host Auburn next week for the annual Iron Bowl game.
     
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    Sugar Bowl

    Alabama - 63
    Georgia Tech - 0

    Georgia Tech is no match for Alabama

    The Yellow Jackets should not have even gotten off the bus for this one. Alabama started the game off passing but quickly turned to the run and never looked back. The Crimson Tide ran the ball 50 times for 390 yards and 8 touchdowns. Mark Ingram, Trent Richardson, and Eddie Lacy all ran for 100 yards on the day. Greg McElroy finished his career at Alabama by going 8 for 13 for 138 yards and 1 score.

    Georgia Tech was never able to get the option going. The Crimson Tide defense knocked Nesbitt out of the game in the second quarter with a strained shoulder and he never returned. Georgia Tech had only 44 total yards on the day (16 on the ground and 28 through the air).
     

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