In the upcoming AllState Sugar Bowl, Alabama Crimson Tide QB AJ McCarron will look to cap off one of the more successful careers as a signal caller in the history of college football as he seeks his third consecutive BCS bowl win against the Oklahoma Sooners.
Sure it’s not a third consecutive National Championship that he’s seeking like he and his teammates may have wanted, but still impressive nonetheless.
After that, it’ll be time for McCarron to focus on his next venture–the National Football League.
On Friday, during the team’s media session in New Orleans, McCarron was asked whether or not he will take part in the 2014 Senior Bowl to see if he can’t boost his draft stock a little bit.
McCarron still doesn’t know if he’s going to make the trip, and said that he’s going to wait until after the showdown with Oklahoma to decide:
“I don’t know if I’m going to play in it,” McCarron said during Friday’s media session at the Hilton Riverside Hotel. “I’m going to wait until after the bowl game to decide. Sit down and see what’s best for me.”
Although for those wanting to see the two-time national championship winner in Mobile, he might be persuaded by his teammate, wide receiver Kevin Norwood, who really wants to work with his QB one last time:
“I don’t know if AJ’s going to do it,” wide receiver Kevin Norwood said. “I really wish he would, though, so I could have a quarterback there to have the timing and stuff there. I don’t know if he’s going to do it, though.”