Greg McElroy’s Quarterback Play Adds Versatility to Alabama’s Offense

Posted by Douglas Webb on September-13-2009 Add Comments

Alabama fans shuddered at the thought of coming into the season without starters Julio Jones and Mark Ingram. The threat of losing them was due to a eligibility issue that as it turned out, was much ado about nothing.

Still, Tide fans believed that without Jones and with no proven receiving threats on the remainder of the roster, that the Alabama passing game would indeed struggle.

Of course, without a successful passing game teams would be able to stack the line against Alabama's running game in an attempt to stuff a one-dimensional offense.

That of course would be much easier to do without Ingram, the Crimson Tide's starter headed into the season.

Of course those fears never came to fruition as the NCAA clea...

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