Helmet Stickers: Week 9

October, 27, 2013
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- No. 1 Alabama took care of Tennessee in dominating fashion Saturday night, throttling the Volunteers 45-10.

During the course of the action, a few players stood out as worthy of a coveted helmet sticker.

S Landon Collins: He got beat early. Collins got turned around in coverage and surrendered a 43-yard reception to Tennessee just before halftime. It was no matter, though. The true sophomore came out the very next play and redeemed himself, intercepting a pass and taking it 89 yards for a touchdown. Collins played well replacing Vinnie Sunseri at strong safety, leading the team with six tackles.

QB AJ McCarron: Another week, another overwhelmingly efficient performance from McCarron. He completed 19 of 27 passes for 275 yards and two touchdowns.

CB Deion Belue: The poor guy had to get a sticker sometime. Trouble is no one ever throws the ball his way these days. Belue didn't get very many opportunities against Tennessee, but he was able to record his first interception of the season. He might not show up on the stat sheet each week, but neither does the guy he's covering and that's what matters.

Alex Scarborough | email

Alabama/SEC reporter



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