April 18, 2015
Final Stats |
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The White Team defeated the Crimson Team, 27-14, in the 2015 Golden Flake A-Day Game in front of 65,175 fans, the ninth-largest spring game crowd in Alabama history.
The White Team was led offensively by quarterback Jacob Coker, who completed 14-of-28 for 183 yards and one touchdown with two interceptions. Derrick Henry added 46 yards on the ground and one touchdown for the White Team. Robert Foster, playing for the White Team, led all receivers with 125 yards on six receptions, while the White Team’s ArDarius Stewart added 118 yards on seven catches, with a touchdown and a long catch of 40 yards.
Maurice Smith provided the Crimson Team’s first points of the game by returning an interception of a Jake Coker pass and returning it 51 yards for a touchdown. Quarterback David Cornwell found Parker Barrineau on a nine-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter for the Crimson Team. Cornwell led the Crimson Team offense with 110 yards on 12-of-24 passing. He was intercepted twice by the White Team’s Marlon Humphrey and Anthony Averett.
White – Adam Griffith 49-yard field goal, 12:20 left. Drive: 38 yards, 5 plays, 2:50 elapsed. Score: White 3, Crimson 0.
White – ArDarius Stewart 40-yard pass from Jacob Coker (Gunnar Raborn kick), 1:07 left. Drive: 70 yards, 9 plays, 5:03 elapsed. Score: White 10, Crimson 0.
White – Derrick Henry 1-yard run (Raborn kick), 0:20 left. Drive: 59 yards, 10 plays, 2:28 elapsed. Score: White 17, Crimson 0.
Crimson – Maurice Smith 51-yard interception return (Adam Griffith kick), 10:22 left. Score: White 17, Crimson 7.
White – Griffith 28-yard field goal, 0:17 left. Drive: 47 yards, 11 plays, 6:10 elapsed. Score: White 20, Crimson 7.
Crimson – Parker Barrineau 9-yard pass from David Cornwell (Griffith kick), 1:59 left. Drive: 45 yards, 5 plays, 1:09 elapsed. Score: White 20, Crimson 14.
White – ArDarius Stewart 29-yard pass from Blake Barnett (Raborn kick), 0:49 left. Drive: 29 yards, 1 play, 0:06 elapsed. Score: White 27, Crimson 14.
ATTENDANCE – 65,175 (capacity: 101,821)