TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - John Parker Wilson passed for 215 yards
and two touchdowns and freshman Mark Ingram ran for two scores,
leading No. 11 Alabama to a 41-7 win over Western Kentucky Saturday
The Crimson Tide (3-0) got the kind of start-to-finish effort
coach Nick Saban had been seeking against a team that began moving
up to the Football Bowl Subdivision last season. Alabama rolled to
557 yards a week after getting held to 172 by Tulane to enter
Southeastern Conference play on a high note.
Key players got a chance to rest up, too. Glen Coffee rushed for
97 yards on 11 carries before sitting out the second half. His
career-long 51-yarder set up a touchdown.
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