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AJ McCarron Returning For Senior Year

Alabama starting quarterback AJ McCarron will return for his senior season, according to a release from the university. Hopefully he's bringing his mom.
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"There were some factors in my decision to return to Alabama for my senior year but after talking to my family and coaches, I knew it was the right choice for me," he said in a statement.
As for his coach Nick Saban...
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"We are pleased that AJ has decided to return for his senior year next season," UA coach Nick Saban said in the release. "He's done a great job for us and has really grown, not only as a quarterback and a player, but as a leader of our team.

"... He showed very good maturity in looking at all of the factors and making an informed decision on his future. He has a chance to add to what he has already accomplished here while also better preparing himself for the next level."
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Fewer Kilometers - 23 months ago
Hopefully Saban was able to fake being surprised when AJ gave him the news.
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ParkSlopeTiger - 23 months ago
PurpleGold Tebow wasn't even dressed out when AJ played. He is 3rd string
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Francis Marion - 23 months ago
no news here, he's mediocre at best
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BurasTigah - 23 months ago
No point in leaving a school where you have a good shot of winning another championship and getting a decent education. Unless something horrific or amazing happens, he won't change his draft stock too much and he will still get to ride the pine making a decent salary in the NFL for a few years. I wouldn't leave a place I was king of the world early either.
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lsu-cfbfanatic - 23 months ago
McCarron is good with an accurate deep ball, but I think Alabama's domination of the line of scrimmage contributes a lot to his success. Play action kills Alabama's opponents
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PurpleGoldTiger - 23 months ago
"Aj and he backs up tebow!"
Who went in when Sanchez was benched? I think you are confused.

And there is nothing surprising about this statement. Why would he leave early with nothing to really gain?
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Tigerbait231 - 23 months ago
Why was there even a press release for this? McElroy > Aj and he backs up tebow!
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ItNeverRains - 23 months ago
Another NC might get him taken in 5th vs 6th.
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teddy roosevelt - 23 months ago
didnt think it was ever in his benefit to leave a year early. hes nothing special
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