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The Discover Fan Loyalty Poll released the most recent results of who college football fans believe is the best team in the country and, once again, the Alabama Crimson Tide are the overwhelming No. 1 team. After another blowout victory against the Mississippi State Bulldogs, the Tide continue to roll atop the fans’ standings. But while the news will be good for Alabama, three of the other top eight teams could fall after stumbling on Saturday.
Fans who voiced their opinion in the latest Discover Fan Loyalty Poll said that the Florida Gators were the second best team in America entering this weekend’s games, agreeing with the majority of the other computer and coaches polls. The Gators were the No. 2 team in the latest BCS standings as well, but that will not be the case when the newest polls come out on Sunday night. Florida could not mount a late comeback to defeat the Georgia Bulldogs, who could find themselves in the top eight of the fans’ poll next week.
But the Gators were not...
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An Alabama fan was nice enough to send us some pictures of him voting for Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide for the President of The United States of America. He asked that we please post this note due to some technical errors. We try and avoid politics at all costs on this site but this was way too good not to post. Hopefully AJ McCarron can be Secretary of State and Eddie...
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Alabama’s basketball team should find plenty of motivation in last week’s SEC basketball poll that saw the Tide picked to finish sixth in the league.
Defending champion Kentucky was selected first. Florida was predicted to finish second, followed by new league member Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Alabama. The rest of the pecking order...
The Wikipedia entry for the Alabama Crimson Tide football team appears to have some technical inaccuracies. It talks about Paul “Bear” Bryant and their Heisman winner Mark Ingram. The part that seems technically inaccurate is as follows:
Recently, the Alabama Crimson Tide made history again, by becoming the first college football program to win both a BCS National Championship...
Alabama has outstanding performances by a number of players each week, which is why the Crimson Tide has an 8-0 record and is ranked number one in the nation. The Southeastern Conference, though, must spread the honors around, so all worthy Bama players can't be honored by the conference each week.
Following Alabama’s 38-7 win over previously undefeated Mississippi State Saturday, the Crimson Tide held on to its top spot in all major polls. Bama is first in the Associated Press, USA Today, and Harris polls. The AP and Harris polls are components of the BCS Rankings, to be released later.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- AJ McCarron passed for 208 yards and two touchdowns and No. 1 Alabama reached the end zone on its first three possessions in a 38-7 victory over No. 11 Mississippi State on Saturday night.
The Crimson Tide (8-0, 5-0 Southeastern Conference) quickly turned the meeting of unbeaten SEC West teams into a mismatch, rolling toward a national title game rematch...
He's baaaack! Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley had been one of the Crimson Tide players of the week, as selected by the coaching staff, in Bama's first six games. In a win over Tennessee in which he was the leading tackler and had a pass interception to set up a touchdown, he was not a player of the game. After the Tide's win over Mississippi State, however, Mosley is once...
After beating Mississippi State 38-7 Saturday, the Crimson Tide is still on top of the BCS standings. However, there was a bit of a shakeup among the rest of the Top 10.
Another week, another lopsided victory for the No. 1 Crimson Tide. Despite the hype leading up to this game, the No. 11 Bulldogs were simply no match for the nation's best team.