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The Alabama Crimson Tide football team received their 2012-13 BCS national championship rings recently from their 42-14 beat down of Notre Dame.
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The Alabama Crimson Tide have won three of the last four college football National Championships and it is safe to say that they’ve earned these extravagant rings.
The rings have three crystal footballs on top to symbolize the three BCS National Championships they have won the last four years, the score from the National Championship game and their record on the side, and then...
In what seems to be an annual event, the Crimson Tide were presented their “bling” in the form of yet another BCS National Championship ring. The version this year? Well, flashy is a bit of an understatement.
Cornerback Daniel Geddes posted a few pictures of his ring on Facebook.
Clearly, the 15th National Championship ring is as beautiful as it gets. @UofAEquipment tweeted...
Tweet The Alabama Crimson Tide football team capped off their 2012 season by defeating the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in this year’s BCS National Championship game. BCS titles have become almost common place in Tuscaloosa, with three coming over the last four years. So is collecting the rings that come with them for guys [...]
It does not take an expert to pick that Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide will win the national title in 2013-14.
Christion Jones has been mentioned as a kid that could do a lot for Alabama this year.
The only problem is that most people don’t know what side of the ball that he will be playing on.
This video throws around a few other names that could enter the conversation...
There are plenty of names in the conversation: Archie Griffin, Tim Tebow, Roger Stabauch, Barry Sanders and Hershel Walker to name a few. Nobody, however, can step forward and definitively name one player as the single greatest player in college football history, which make it a great conversation.
Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron has a serious shot of inserting himself into that...
Alabama football coach Nick Saban apparently can’t catch a break from being referred to as the devil.
First, it was Vanderbilt coach, James Franklin, who called Saban “Nicky Satan”. Now, four months after that incident, Florida offensive line coach Tim Davis referred to Saban as “the devil himself” while speaking in front of Florida boosters. For reference, Davis coached...
Edward Aschoff of ESPN caught up with Alabama head coach Nick Saban following spring practice to talk about the team and upcoming 2013 season.
It’s a good time to be an Alabama football player.
With this year’s victory over Notre Dame, Alabama marked the third time in four years that it is the national champion.
Crimson Tide players got rings commemorating the occasion this week. Aside from the usual diamond-encrusted look, the rings also have three tiny footballs on their face — marking the 2009, 2011 and 2012 championships...
With a 13-13 Southeastern Conference record for Alabama baseball this year, and with No. 1 ranked Vanderbilt on the radar, it may not seem that the Crimson Tide had much schedule luck. But the truth is, the Tide’s wins were forged primarily against the lesser lights of the SEC. From at least one standpoint, though, things are good.
Want to know what the ring given out for it's 28th 15th national title looks like? Wait no further, as Crimson Tide long snapper Carson Tinker tweeted out the following pic.
— Carson Tinker (@carsontink) May 13, 2013
The Paul W. Bryant Museum twitter account also tweeted out a series of pics.
Winning #bama #rolltide twitpic...
Alabama transfer Trevor Lacey was in Raleigh over the weekend for his official visit to NC State, and he left impressed with the Wolfpack.
Things have been going well for Stephen Roberts. He's picked up an offer and committed to the University of Alabama, performed well at various camps of late and now has a spring game victory under his belt. The latter came on Tuesday, the same day his good friend and teammate picked up an offer from the Crimson Tide.
Is this an Alabama fan rocking a cowbell, or a Mississippi State fan trying to steal some of the Crimson Tide's championship thunder? We may never know.