Capital One Bowl: Alabama Rolls Past Michigan State

The Alabama Crimson Tide played like it was defending its national title to beat Michigan State 49-7 at the Capital One Bowl on Saturday. 2009 Heisman winner Mark Ingram broke the school record with two touchdowns to lead the No. 15 Alabama over the 7th seed Michigan State.

Ingram finished with 58 yards on 12 rushes. Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy completed 13 of 17 passes for 220 yards and a touchdown.

The Tide dominated the Spartans with its vaunted ground game, getting two touchdowns each from Ingram and Eddie Lacy and a touchdown each from Trent Richardson and Julio Jones.

Alabama also played well defensively, logging four sacks on Kirk Cousins and limiting Michigan State to 171 yards.

Ingram opened up scoring for Alabama in the first quarter with a 1-yard touchdown for a 7-0 lead. The second quarter saw Richardson, Ingram and Jones scoring touchdowns to lead 28-0 at halftime.

McElroy threw a touchdown pass while Lacy made his first scoring run to give the Tide a 42-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Lacy’s touchdown in the fourth quarter gave the Tide a 49-0 lead. By then, the Tide starters were already sitting on the bench.

Keith Nichol threw a touchdown pass to Bennie Fowler halfway through the final quarter for the final score, 49-7.

No. 19 South Carolina Gamecocks Upset No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide

Stephen Garcia helped South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier win one of the biggest games for the Gamecocks.

Garcia completed 17 of 20 passes for 201 yards, threw three touchdown passes and one interception to lift  No. 19 South Carolina in an upset win over No. 1 Alabama, 35-21, on Saturday. All three touchdown passes by Garcia came in the first half. Alshon Jeffrey received two while Marcus Lattimore caught one of Garcia’s touchdown passes that put the Gamecocks out of reach at halftime, 21-9.

The Alabama Crimson Tide scored just a single touchdown in the first half on Greg McElroy’s pass to Julio Jones for a 9-yard touchdown. For the rest of the game, the Tide added two field goals by Jeremy Shelley.

Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson, perhaps currently the best tailback duo, were limited by the Gamecocks defense. McElroy threw a career-high 315 yards but the Gamecocks defense sacked him seven times.

Stephen Garcia dominated the first half, while the second half belonged to Marcus Lattimore. Lattimore picked up momentum from his first half touchdown. Lattimore scored two touchdowns in the second half that more than negated a touchdown pass by Greg McElroy for the Tide.

Lattimore made three touchdowns and ran 93 yards on 23 carries. Jeffrey caught seven passes for 127 yards with touchdown catches of 26 and 15 yards.

Mark Ingram Returns In 62-13 Rout Of Alabama vs Duke

Tailback Mark Ingram missed the first two games of the Alabama Crimson Tide due to a knee injury that required arthroscopic surgery. In his first game this season on Saturday against Duke, Alabama football fans have more reasons to be excited.  The Crimson Tide overpowered Duke, 62-13, to notch its third win in as many games. It was the highest score for Alabama in the last 19 years.

Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram made his presence felt early with his first handoff yielding a run for almost 50 yards. On his second rush, he ran another 50 yards. Ingram ran a total of 151 yards with two touchdowns as if he was trying to make up for lost time. Still strong as last year, No. 1 Alabama has its best player back and may still be in contention for another Heisman Trophy.

Greg McElroy only needed about 45 minutes to complete 14 of 20 passes for 258 yards. McElroy also tied his career record of three scoring passes. Trent Richardson, who took over the team offense while Ingram was out on injury, returned a kickoff with a 91-yard run and a touchdown.

The Tide was way ahead at the end of the first quarter, 28-3, and simply coasted from there.

Alabama vs Georgia State Football Final Game Scores and Result

Georgia State VS AlabamaThe no.11 Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the Georgia State Panthers on their college football game held this Thursday evening. Alabama won over Georgia State with the final score of 63-7.

On the 12th week of the NCAA College Football, the Georgia State Panthers face the no.11 Alabama Crimson Tide this November 18, 2010. The game takes place at the Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and starts at 7:30 PM ET. Live coverage of this college football game is available on ESPNU sports channel.

Despite the fact that Alabama are still looking for a strong finish to the season, they will not the opportunity to defend their national title and their two SEC championships.

The opponents that they will be facing this Thursday night does not seem to be much of threat to their season high finish that they are expecting to have.

As the Crimson tide play at home against their former coach, Bill Curry, and his Georgia State side. The Crimson tide which is currently 10th will avoid looking much into the future game in the Iron Bowl. The Georgia State will be playing the last game in their maiden season.

After a three point loss in the hands of LSU on the 6th of November, Alabama (8-2) was able to make a comeback with a 30-10 win against Mississippi State that was 17th at the time on Saturday. The game started just as Auburn ended Crimson’s dominance as the SEC West champions with a victory against Georgia.

Alabama vs Arkansas NCAA Football Scores and Match Results

NCAA Alabama vs Arkansas Football Scores and Match Highlights- The most anticipated game for the NCAA College Football week 4 is the battle between the ranked number 1 and defending national champion Alabama Crimson Tide which will be going against number 10 Arkansas Razorbacks.

Arkansas will play the host to the defending champion on their game on Saturday, September 25. CBS will have a live broadcast of the game at 3:30pm Eastern Time.

So far the score between the head to head of this two team is 10-8 in favor of Alabama, so we expect a good game this Saturday.

Alabama had showed their power in the early games and is currently undefeated. Alabama routed the Dukes via a 62-13 win and then they outscored both San Jose State and nationally-ranked Penn State by a combined score of 72-6.

Meanwhile, Arkansas is an improved team this year being the recipient in junior QB Ryan Mallett. The 6-6, 240-pounder has played lights out in the early stages, completing 70 percent of his passes, for 1,081 yards, with nine TDs. Wideouts Greg Childs (19 receptions, for 254 yards, three TDs) and Joe Adams (15 receptions, for 344 yards, two TDs) have reaped the rewards of Mallett’s strong play.

So what will be the final results as these two team collide this Satuday? What is your pick?

Here is a preview of what could be in Alabama vs Arkansas NCAA College Football 2010:


UPDATE OF RESULTS: Alabama won over Arkansas in a final score of 24-20. Arkansas led the first two quarters with scores of 10 and 7 respectively. However, the winning football team Alabama led the third and fourth quarters of the football match with scores of 7 and 10 respectively. In the end, Arkansas was short of just 5 points to win the match and so Alabama won. You can view the recap of the football game here.

Alabama Football 2010: Crimson Tide Won Over Spartans 48-3

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.”