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McCarron has accomplished it all in Tuscaloosa.
Week 14 Matchup: No. 1 Alabama (11-0) at No. 4 Auburn (10-1), Nov. 30, 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS
Biggest Question: Will this be the game we all remember AJ McCarron for?
In his fifth year at Tuscaloosa, McCarron has accomplished things every quarterback can only dream of.
The senior has a 36-2 record as a starter, has three BCS championship rings and owns several school records. Not to mention, he’s on pace to record an unprecedented third straight BCS title and earn a trip to New York City for the Heisman ceremony in a couple weeks.
This weekend, McCarron has a chance to cement his legacy as not only one of the best quarterbacks in Tide history, but also in all of college football.
On the road, in a hostile environment and against a Top 5 opponent, the formula for failure is right in front of his face. But as he’s done in previous years, McCarron has typically found a way to come up big.
He’s already put in sensational performances in big games this season, throwing for 334 yards and four touchdowns against Texas A&M and tossing for another 179 yards and three touchdowns versus rival LSU.
If he can pull off another big victory, Alabama will be in the SEC title game and one win away from the BCS title game.
But most importantly, it will cement McCarron’s status as a big-game quarterback.
All stats and rankings used in this article are courtesy of NCAA.com.
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