Alabama tailback Mark Ingram knows what to look for, whether he's in the wildcat in a football game…
One Test Passed, Here Comes Another
"We told him just to let it go, don't let it linger in your mind for the rest of the game, because it will hinder you," Mark Ingram said Monday. He was referring to the fumble by Eddie Lacy in a 62-13 Alabama rout of Duke in Durham. "I saw him put his hands over his facemask and he was walking with his head down," Ingram said. "We're like a family in that room. We all support each other, we all lift each other up. We just went over there and told him to keep his head up, don't put his head down and just focus on the next play." Lacy's fumble near the goal line wasn't going to cost Bama the game, but it was understandable that it would nag at Lacy. More important, it might nag at Alabama Coach Nick Saban. That's because Lacy had an opportunity to run the ball in the season opening game against San Jose State and fumbled it into the end zone, losing possession. Ingram said he told Lacy "to just let it go and focus on the next play. You can't control tat you just fumbled, but you...
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