AJ McCarron's standard reply about handling big-game pressure is a shrug and a look that says, What's the big deal? It's an attitude that has served No. 2 Alabama's quarterback pretty wellso far. McCarron and Aaron Murray, his counterpart for No. 3 Georgia, have played on plenty of huge stages with varying results and a couple of performances they wouldn't mind forgetting. The nation's two top-rated passers will square off in Saturday's Southeastern Conference championship game with the winner moving on to face No. 1 Notre Dame for the national title. Crimson Tide center Barrett Jones said succeeding in such games is about controlling emotions and focusing on execution not the hype. Then he's asked about McCarron.