Arlington, TX (Sports Network) - A.J. McCarron threw both of his touchdown
passes in the first quarter and No. 2 Alabama coasted to a 41-14 drubbing of
No. 8 Michigan on Saturday night.
The reigning champion Crimson Tide put on a show in front of more than 90,00
at Cowboys Stadium, building a 31-0 lead in the first half on the way to the
McCarron threw for 199 yards for Alabama (1-0) and T.J. Yeldon became the
first true freshman to rush for more than 100 yards in Crimson Tide history,
gaining 111 with a touchdown.
Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson was just 11-for-26 for 200 yards, one
touchdown and two interceptions. He also scored a TD on the ground.
The Wolverines (0-1) played without starting tailback Fitzgerald Toussaint and
defensive end Frank Clark, who served one-game suspensions for legal issues
over the summer.
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