TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Tailback Mark Ingram has been a driving force behind No. 2 Alabama's offense.
The hard-running sophomore leads the Southeastern Conference with 10 total touchdowns and has racked up 659 yards rushing. Ingram is also coming off a career-high 172-yard game in a 22-3 win at Mississippi.
But he said the play he watched over and over again Sunday evening was a missed block that led to a sack. Quarterback Greg McElroy said that kind of attitude drives Ingram to get better.
He's already pretty good.
Ingram is one of only three players in the country with at least 10 TDs and a 100-yard rushing game average, along with Oregon State's Jacquizz Rodgers and Stanford's Toby Gerhart