Ingram Powers Bama Past South Carolina

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Mark Ingram rushed for a career-high 246
yards and a game-clinching touchdown, powering No. 2 Alabama to a
20-6 victory over No. 22 South Carolina on Saturday night.

Ingram's tackle-breaking, defender-dragging runs and a punishing
defense helped the Crimson Tide (7-0, 4-0 Southeastern Conference)
overcome four turnovers - doubling their season total. It also
helped 'Bama avoid the down-to-the-wire scares No. 1 Florida and
No. 3 Texas had - or an upset defeat like No. 4 Virginia Tech

Steve Spurrier's Gamecocks (5-2, 2-2) had never beaten a team
ranked higher than No. 3 and were hoping for their second win over
a top-five team this season.

Ingram didn't let it happen. He was practically a one-man show on the decisive drive. He took the direct snap for five consecutive runs - including a 24-yarder and 22-yarder - and then took a pitch in from 4 yards out with 4:54 left.