Alabama Football 2010: Crimson Tide Won Over Spartans 48-3 – Alabama Crimson Tide faced San Jose State Spartans today, September 4, 2010 which kicked off 7pm Eastern Time. Live at the Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Alabama Crimson Tide won against San Jose State Spartans with a final score of 48-3.
During the first quarter of the football match, Alabama Crimson Tide took the early lead scoring 14 as against San Jose State Spartans’ score of 3. For the football team of Alabama, Trent Richardson rushed for 4 yards for a touchdown while Greg McElroy passed complete to Marquis Maze for 48 yards for a touchdown. Both touchdowns were seconded by Jeremy Shelley who made an extra point. Meanwhile, for the team of San Jose State, Harrison Waid’s 31-yard field goal scored them 3 points.
In the second quarter, Crimson Tide once again took the lead scoring 17 as against the Spartans’ score of zero. Trent Richardson, once again scored another goal as he rushed for 39 yards for a touch down. The other highlights of the second quarter included A.J. McCarron passing complete to Julio Jones for 29 yards for a touchdown and Cade Foster’s 41-yard field goal.
In the third quarter, Alabama Crimson Tide, for the third time led the match again scoring 10 pushing its lead to a total score of 41 as against San Jose State Spartans’ total score of 3. Eddie Lacy rushed for 37 yards for a touchdown and Cade Foster made a 24-yard field goal.
In the last and final quarter, team Alabama scored another 7 points as Eddie Lacy rushed for 10 yards for a touchdown. With a total score of 48, Alabama won the match against San Jose which gathered only a total score of 3. Congratulations to Alabama Crimson Tide!
Crimson Tide Coach Nick Saban expressed his gratitude for his team saying: “I was really sort of pleased with the effort, the attitude, the intensity, the way our team was ready to play and focused on what they need to do to try and create an identity for themselves.” Meanwhile, Spartans Coach Mike MacIntyre said: “I was impressed with their runners. Their big tight ends hurt us a few times. They overwhelmed us on the edge there. They had a few runs off the edge when we were right there and they just knocked us off.”