No. 1 ranked football team, Alabama (10-0 overall; 7-0 in the
Southeastern Conference) came out with a 20-7 win over Mississippi State (4-6
overall; 1-5 SEC) on Saturday night. There was a crowd of 57,211, the
fourth-largest crowd in the history of Davis-Wade Stadium at Scott Field.

Alabama's quarterback broke a Crimson Tide record during the game. AJ McCarron passed John Parker Wilson’s (8,099  yards from 2005-2008) record by finishing the
MSU game with 199 yards (187 passing; 12 rushing) which brought his new total
to 8,146. T.J. Yeldon, Alabama running back, also had an impressive night
rushing for a career-best 159 yards. To read more about Alabama’s win over
Mississippi State and stats from the game, click here.