Wednesday, September 19, 2012

The ever unselfish AJ McCarron credits teammates

McCarron credits teammates for passing efficiency | The Crimson White
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Passing Efficiency Credit to the Offense
University of Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron said Tuesday he does not pay attention to statistics when it comes to football. His passing efficiency at 196 and third best in the nation is great for him but a greater testament to his teammates, he said.

"I think that's an example of how great my offensive line is and the wonderful job they've been doing giving me time," the junior said. "I think it really reflects my receivers. It shows what kind of catches and how hard they've been working to get those kinds of stats."

McCarron credited the design of various plays for the number of receivers who caught passes during last week's game against the University of Arkansas. The quarterback said his ability to throw to a large number of receivers speaks to the talent of the receiving core and the chemistry the players have with each other.
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