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An 11-1 record is nothing to scoff at, but you can bet the Alabama Crimson Tide are still steaming from that one loss. It came, of course, to LSU, but Alabama will have its shot at revenge on Jan. 9 in the BCS National Championship Game. Until then, it's just a matter of containing that rage, as Will O'Toole shows in the cartoon above. Since graduating from Seton Hall University, Will O'Toole has been doing cartoons for over 30 years for a number of papers (USA Today), magazines (College and Pro Football Weekly) and websites (CBSSportsline.com). He is believed to...
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Alabama leads the way in selections for the Football Writers Association of America All-America Team as five Crimson Tide players were name to the squad, which was selected for the 68th year. The Southeastern Conference dominated the team with 10 players, twice as many as the next highest from any league, five from the Big 12.
Alabama running back Trent Richardson says he hasn’t decided yet whether he’ll return to school or enter the NFL draft. But he sounds like he expects to be a pro next year. In an interview on SportsCenter this morning, Richardson noted that he’s already close to earning his degree from Alabama, which he said was…
The Alabama football team was heavily represented on the Walter Camp All-America Teams, which was announced Thursday. The Crimson Tide had four players earn first team honors while an additional two garnered second team accolades. The six selections were the most of any program.
Alabama Coach Anthony Grant said, “For our guys it will be good to play again.” The question is, will his guys play good. Because of the way the Crimson Tide played in its last game, Grant said, there is an anxiousness to have another chance.
University of Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban addressed the 80 players who will suit up for their respective states in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic. The game has moved this year from Ladd-Pebbles Stadium in Mobile to the Cramton Bowl in Montgomery. Kick-off is Saturday, December 10th at 12:30 p.m.
Alabama junior offensive tackle Barrett Jones became the third Crimson Tide player in school history to hoist the Outland Trophy. Jones earned the honor at the Home Depot College Football Awards Show, held at the Atlantic Dance Hall on the Disney's Boardwalk.
Alabama junior offensive lineman Barrett Jones has been named the 2011 recipient of the Awards and Recognition Association Sportsmanship Award (ARA).
Alabama coach Anthony Grant knew what to expect when he brought his young, 16th-ranked Crimson Tide north to play at his alma mater Wednesday night.
Alabama All-American Trent Richardson finished third, second highest in school history for a running back, in tonight’s 77th annual Heisman Trophy Memorial race. Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III won the award symbolizing the Most Outstanding College Football Player in the United States followed by Stanford signal caller Andrew Luck.
The No. 16/15 University of Alabama men's basketball team returns to Coleman Coliseum to host Detroit in a Sunday evening contest. Tipoff on ESPNU and the radio affiliates of the Crimson Tide Sports Network is scheduled for 5 p.m.