Alabama Dominates Georgia For The SEC Championship
They Made It Happen 38-28
The Clock Was Ticking
The time ran out before Georgia could make another play and they had no more time-outs, how unfortunate?
The Alabama Crimson Tide has won another National Championship and now the Tide will be rolling to a showdown with Notre Dame to win the BCS Championship.This was an SEC title game record, Alabama finishing with 350 yards rushing will return to the BCS Championship Game to win its third crystal football in four years, this time against No. 1 Notre Dame in Miami on January 7, 2013.
Alabama usually play #5 Florida in the SEC. This was the Crimson Tide's eighth time in the SEC title game, but the first time Alabama has played with a team other than Florida.
The Georgia Bulldogs hasn't won a national championship title since 1980 and lost to LSU, 42-10, in last year's SEC Championship Game. Georgia's coach Mark Richt said his team had the play it wanted at the end, but Alabama ruined it by getting a hand on the ball. We had a chance at the end. We just didn't get it done. For the Bulldogs (11-2), the consolation prize maybe a spot in the Capital One Bowl,
Eddie Lacy #42, a powerhouse running back. Lacy has been the Offensive Player of the Week three times this season by the UA coaching staff. He chose Alabama over Oklahoma, Tennessee, Mississippi, Mississippi State and LSU. His position with the Tide proves him to be outstanding as a running back.
Lacy stays poised and he learned a lot from Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson. He is fast and the opponent might would win if they could figure out a way to slow Lacy down.
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Freshman, T. J. Yeldon #4, running back just might be another Alabama's Heisman Trophy winner. His yard performance exceeds Ingram and Richardson. Yeldon can get from under tackles and elusiveness seems to be his greatest gift. Eddie Lacy carried the ball 20 times for 181 yards and two scores, while T.J. Yeldon added 153 yards and a touchdown on 25 rushes for the Crimson Tide (12-1, 7-1 SEC), who ran for an SEC Championship-record 350 yards in the triumph
A. J. McCarron
A. J. McCarron #10 position quarter back. This quarter back has what it takes to manage the team players. He has a 11-1 record and a No. 2 national ranking as the starting quarterback. A. J. has excellent decision-making leading the Alabama Crimson Tide offense. He has a 11-1 record and a No. 2 national ranking as the starting quarterback .
He committed to the Tide on May 3, 2008, becoming the only quarterback signed by Alabama for their 2009 recruiting class. He was recruited by football programs in the SEC, Auburn, Mississippi and Tennessee.The only quarterback signed by Alabama for their 2009 recruiting class.
McCarron, threw 162 yards with a touchdown and an interception on 13- of-21 efficiency, fooled the Georgia Bulldogs and made a pass to Cooper, who ran by cornerback Damian Swann along the left sideline.