MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - AJ McCarron has been the highlight of the Crimson Tide offense. Leading Alabama to back-to-back national championships – the mobile-native has stacked up a 25 and 2 record as a starter. And with a new season just ahead – McCarron is ready to add another win to his resume this weekend.
“It’s going to be a challenge for our offense overall, for everybody especially the o-line, hopefully we’ll take it upon ourselves and meet that challenge,” McCarron said.
McCarron threw for nearly 3,000 yards in 2013 and more than twenty five hundred the year before that.
The QB believes he’s a dual threat and can handle anything Virginia Tech puts out on Saturday.
“I feel like we can take advantage of however they’re going to play us, they want to stop the run, then we’ll throw it, they want to stop the pass, then we’ll run it. I think that’s one of the good things about our offense,” McCarron said.
“The biggest thing is, we can’t get behind the ball and hurt ourselves in the game and hopefully keep putting pressure on them and making them second guess, I guess.”
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