The Alabama Crimson Tide: a team famous for its passing. That's not true, though early on against the Auburn Tigers, Bama has gone deep twice with great success both times. If they could avoid handing the ball to Auburn in the end zone, though, they'd be doing just fine.
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A.J. McCarron now has touchdowns of 41 and 35 yards, but a McCarron strip-sack fumble that bounded into the end zone has made it 14-7 Tide in the first quarter.
That was about all the offense Auburn has managed so far -- they have only 33 otherwise, reaching midfield before pooch punting on their best effort. Then again, the shoddy field position Bama was stuck with led to that Auburn touchdown.
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