Capital One Bowl 2011: Alabama Rolls Against Michigan State
Capital One Bowl 2011 saw Alabama roll over Michigan State in perhaps the most surprisingly lop-sided game of this bowl season thus far.
Mark Ingram, the 2009 Heisman Trophy winner, ran for two TDs, breaking the school record for career touchdowns. The Crimson Tide had no troubles burying Michigan State 49-7 on Saturday. Alabama's win was the biggest margin of victory in Capital One Bowl History. Ingram also passed Shaun Alexander's school mark of 41 TDs with 42 career touchdowns.
The last time a team won a Capital One Bowl in such a lop-sided affair was in 1953, when East Texas State ran away from Tennessee Tech in a 33-0 drubbing. The contest was known as the Tangerine Bowl back then.
Greg McElroy threw for 220 yards and one touchdown, and was pulled with the rest of the Crimson Tide's offensive starters early in the third quarter. Alabama finished the season 10-3, and added to the Beg Ten's woes, helping the conference finish 0-5 in bowl games.
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