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Alabama last pulled in a pledge on July 23 when Walker Jones pulled the trigger, and it took a month and a day – but the Tide landed a big one when five-star defensive lineman Demarcus Walker announced his verbal commitment to the Crimson Tide.
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As a part of an ongoing agreement with the University of Alabama Athletics Department, BBVA Compass has created a series of team-branded Visa check cards. The cards will be created under the bank's "Bama Banking Program". The designs of the cards will celebrate various Crimson Tide championships over the last year...
Jesse Williams could be No. 2 Alabama's new Terrence Cody.
Like Cody, Williams is a massive, colorful and popular noseguard from the junior college ranks charged with plugging the middle of the Crimson Tide's defensive line and monopolizing multiple blockers.
The heavily tattooed Australian is filling the role that turned Cody into a college football celebrity at a position...
The relationship between Alabama coach Nick Saban and his quarterback, AJ McCarron, was once best known for a spanking and a sideline tirade, both captured on camera.
Now, McCarron says it's more like a ''second Dad and son type thing.'' The BCS championship game MVP is a driven perfectionist who loathes even small mistakes in practice. Dad No. 2 can relate....
2013 defensive lineman DeMarcus Walker has made his decision and it’s not good news for the Florida Gators. On Friday night, Walker committed to the Alabama Crimson Tide over the instate orange and blue. The decision isn’t surprising as many had pegged Walker as a member of Bama’s class.
Walker was on many a Florida fan’s wishlist, but fit may have played a role in his decision...
Alabama picked up their 19th commitment Friday Demarcus Walker announced that he wanted to be part of the Crimson Tide. Walker is a five-star defensive lineman and you can find out what 'Bama is getting here.
Alabama coach Nick Saban was the head coach at Michigan State for five years back in the late 90s. With the Tide starting preparation for Michigan Friday, Saban was asked to recall his best and worst memories playing the Wolverines.
QUICK HITS: Alabama coach Nick Saban addressed the importance of starting to prepare for Michigan, how the injured players are coming along, the progression of JUCO transfer cornerback Deion Belue and the battle for the third starting defensive line spot.
welcome to The Sports Bank 77 in 77. We’re previewing one team a day everyday as the college football season approaches. And we’re doing it in rapid fire sequence. Today, the Alabama Crimson Tide
2011 was: a national title banner year, they were #1 in the preseason 77 in 77 and #1 when it counted and they were the last team standing
2012 will go smoothly if: the defense simply...
Alabama coach Nick Saban did not address the media following Saturday’s practice in Tuscaloosa. He had things to do, people to see, and other media to speak to.
Alabama freshman wide receiver Amari Cooper, who injured his foot last week and has been riding the stationary bike the past few days during the media viewing period, returned to practice Saturday afternoon.