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South Eastern Conference fans are a passionate bunch, but Alabama Crimson Tide fans take the cake. Can you fault them, their football team wins a ton.
In this photo courtesy of Lost Letterman, a die hard Alabama fan who is days from giving birth wrote on her baby bump, “If Bama wins tonight I’m naming this baby Saban.”
The young lady if had the a written in the Alabama logo. The Crimson Tide romped to a 42-14 blowout, so local Alabama hospitals can be on the look out for a baby named Saban near you.
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Nike created a special Pro Combat Uniform for the Crimson Tide’s appearance in the National Title Game. It looks like they stuck to the traditional uniform composition while making changes to materials and small tweaks to the design. Simple is best. The National Title Game is not the appropriate venue to take chances with wild uniforms. Below is Nike’s description of the uniforms...
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Kirk Herbstreit with dirty old man Brent Musburger. Via al.com
The apology department at ESPN must be working overtime in Bristol at the moment. The WWL had to issue an apology over BCS title game announcer Brent Musburger's creepy obsession with Katherine Webb, Alabama starting quarterback A.J. McCarron's girlfriend on Monday night.
ESPN released the following...
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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of days, you’ve already heard of Alabama QB AJ McCarron’s smoking hot girlfriend and current Ms Alabama, Katherine Webb. Webb exploded on twitter after ESPN got creepy during the BCS Championship as she gained over 100,000 followers in a matter of hours. Total Sports Blog was way ahead...
There is something emotional wrong with Alabama head coach Nick Saban. It seems painful for him to experience joy or happiness. The montage above consist, what humans would consider, happy moments from Alabama’s BCS National Championship victory over Notre Dame. If there is one thing that Nick Saban hates more than losing, its winning. Can I please take a moment to point out...
The BCS National Championship game played on Monday night between Notre Dame and Alabama was expected to break viewership records since the moment it was set. Unfortunately for ESPN’s executives, there were no records broken, but the good news is that it could have been much worse. Considering the fact that Alabama was leading 28-0 after the first half, things could have actually...
Alabama football is good. There’s no way around it. No other way of saying it. Alabama is a good football team. Say what you want about Nick Saban and his demeanor as a head coach, but the guy has simply put together one of the best programs in college football history.
The teams that Alabama has had the past couple seasons could, in my opinion, compete with and beat any team you...
This wasn’t supposed to be the year for Alabama. Seems foolish, now doesn’t it?
The Crimson Tide returned only four defensive starters from the...
In back-to-back national championship games against top-ranked defenses, Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron has completed 43 of 62 passes and thrown four touchdowns without a single interception.
Alabama center Barrett Jones played the BCS championship game
with torn ligaments in his left foot and needs surgery.
Today is a day full of bittersweetness, as though the national championship game will be played, Alabama or Notre Dame will add another national title to their list of feats of strength. Also, college football ends, which will be horrible because, holy crap, have you seen a college basketball game this year, and, OH SWEET MERCIFUL CRAP, baseball is like two months from starting...
For the seventh consecutive year, the Southeastern Conference has delivered the BCS National Championship. And three of those seven have come via performances of Coach Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide. Here are notes on the game in Miami Gardens, Fla., where the Crimson Tide defeated Notre Dame, 42-14, Monday night.
Alabama became the first back to back champion in the BCS era last night with a 42-14 rout over Notre Dame. The game drew a 15.7 overnight rating Monday on ESPN, the network said Tuesday. That’s actually up 14 percent from last year’s game, another blowout Crimson Tide victory, 21-0 over LSU. But it’s down from the 16.1 for ESPN’s first BCS championship two years ago, Auburn’s...