TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Alabama's Greg McElroy says the
statistics don't tell the whole story.
The quarterback for the eighth-ranked Crimson Tide has put up
strong numbers the past two games, but says he has just played OK.
South Carolina and Mississippi both managed to contain tailbacks
Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson and put the onus on McElroy to
make the big plays.
He didn't always come through, but did pass for 534 yards and
four touchdowns without an interception.
McElroy was also sacked 11 times in the past two games.
Tide coach Nick Saban says it's hard to play quarterback when
your supporting cast isn't doing exactly what they're supposed to.
Saturday, Alabama visits Tennessee, which is allowing a
league-high 381 yards a game.