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January 3, 2013

Tale of the tape

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Breakout box for Notre Dame defense vs. Alabama offense

 

Tale of the tape

How the Alabama offense and the Notre Dame defense match up in national statiscal rankings going into the BCS National Championship game Monday night at Sun Life Stadium in Miami:

                                Alabama offense             Notre Dame defense

Rushing                                16 (224 ypg)                       4 (92.42 ypg)

Passing                                 79 (172 ypg)                        21 (194.42 ypg)

Pass Eff.                                2 (172.1 rating)                  12 (105.48 rating)

Scoring                                 13 (38.5 ppg)                      1 (10.33 ppg)

Sacks                                       T67 (1.7 apg)                      14 (2.83 spg)



Alabama offensive starters: Cyrus Kouandijio, DT; Chance Warmack, LG; Barrett Jones, C; Anthony Steen, RG; D.J. Fluker, RT; Michael Williams, TE; Kelly Johnson, TE; AJ McCarron, QB; Eddie Lacy, RB; Amari Cooper, WR; Kevin Norwood, WR; Christion Jones, WR.

Notre Dame defensive starters: Karon Lewis-Moore, DE; Louis Nix III, NG; Stephon Tuitt, DE; Danny Spond, LB; Manti Te’o, LB; Dan Fox, LB; Prince Shembo, LB; Bennett Jackson, CB; Matthias Farley, S; Zeke Motta, S; DeiVarae Russell, S.

 

 

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