Posted December 02, 2012 on
Kelly comments on the Crimson Tide, injuries to his Irish, bowl preparation plans, and a mental victory in Atlanta.
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Alabama defender Quinton Dial delivered a vicious helmet to helmet hit on Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray late in the second quarter. The hit came after Murray threw an interception and was returned by Ha’Sean Clinton-Dix to the Georgia 47. The Crimson Tide would score a field goal on the drive following the hit, entering half time with a 10-7 lead.
An Alabama Crimson Tide fan got this pretty intense tattoo of Mark Ingram from a moment in the 2009 BCS National Championship Game against the Texas Longhorns. Mark Ingram ran the ball into the end zone and looked right into the cameras. He stared at them and held up his Nike Pro Combat gloves to form the Crimson Tide “A.” This is one of the most intense tattoos we’ve ever...
Alabama vs. Notre Dame. The BCS championship game couldn't get much bigger.
The Crimson Tide locked up a spot in the title game in Miami on Jan. 7 with a 32-28 victory over Georgia in the SEC championship game Saturday.
Now the hype can begin for what could be the most-watched BCS title game since the system was implemented in 1998. It'd be hard to find two more popular...
Nothing has to be worse than throwing a horrific interception directly to Ha’Sean Clinton-Dixon and then getting absolutely leveled by a massive Alabama defensive tackle. This hit was definitely helmet to helmet, but it wasn’t as much of a blindside hit as you might think. If you look closely, Murray sees Dial at the very last second, but unfortunately for him it was too...
Here is AJ McCarron seen above with some blonde female earlier in the week…Hopefully he has his head on straight because I just put the house and farm on Alabama -7.-TO
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Alabama is back in the national championship for the third time in four seasons. The Crimson Tide survived an early November loss to Texas A&M...
Alabama will get its shot at BCS history. For the first time since Ohio State made back-to-back trips to the BCS National Championship Game in 2007 and 2008, we have a return contender for the BCS title in the Crimson Tide.
But unlike the Buckeyes, who lost both attempts to lift the crystal football, the Crimson Tide have a shot to make history — and win a second straight BCS national...
ATLANTA -- Barrett Jones hobbled into Alabama's locker room in the bowels of the Georgia Dome, two crutches supporting the 6-foot-5, 302-pound All-America center's frame.
"You guys don't mind if I take a seat, do you?" Jones asked the collected media as he took a seat in front off his locker, his No. 2 Crimson Tide having beat third-ranked Georgia 32-28 for...
Much of the attention on Alabama senior center Barrett Jones this season was whether he could become the second man to win the Outland Award as the nation's best lineman. Dave Rimington, a center who played at Nebraska, is the only player to do it. Ironically, there is now an award named for Rimington, and Jones is one of six finalists for it.
The Southeastern Conference was begun and, fittingly, Alabama won the first SEC Championship. Saturday night in Atlanta, the Crimson Tide won its 23rd. A part of that remarkable record is that Bama is the only team to have won league titles in each of the parts of nine decades of the conference.
Nine Alabama football players have been named to the Associated Press All-SEC Team, with Chance Warmack, Barrett Jones, C.J. Mosley and Dee Milliner named as first teamers.