December 6, 2013
ATLANTA (AP) - Mark Ingram and Greg McElroy sliced up the
fearsome Florida defense in Alabama's 32-13 win as Tim Tebow
finally met his match, no matter how hard he tried to fire up his
With an emphatic chomping of the Gators on Saturday, the Crimson
Tide again stands atop the Southeastern Conference and is just one
win away from an even bigger title - it's first national
championship since 1992.
Ingram, making a strong bid to claim the school's first Heisman
Trophy, rushed for 113 yards and three touchdowns. McElroy was 12
of 18 for 239 yards and a touchdown to show he's no weak link and
No. 2 Alabama rekindled memories of Paul "Bear" Bryant with the
Alabama (13-0) moves on to Pasadena for the BCS championship
game. Tebow and the Gators (12-1) will likely settle for the Sugar
Bowl, denied a shot at their third national title in four years.