Found November 08, 2011 on
OK, so maybe the final score of the LSU-Alabama game wasn't what everyone expected. The teams may get a chance to redeem themselves. LSU is No. 1 and Alabama is No. 3 in the new BCS standings, with the No. 2 team, Oklahoma State, still in line to play Oklahoma in its regular-season finale. If both the Tigers and the Crimson Tide win out, they could set up a rematch in the BCS National Championship game in January. Cartoonist Will O'Toole wonders how many fans would tune in to watch another battle of field goals, however, in the cartoon above....
BEST OF MAXIM
Nick Saban has laid down the law: No more LSU talk.
No. 4 Alabama's coach opened his Monday news conference by saying he'd have ''one statement about the last game and then we're moving on.'' Saban says the Crimson Tide's attention is now on Saturday night's visit to Mississippi State, not on that overtime loss or on hopes for a rematch with the...
JaMychal Green scored 21 points to lead No. 19 Alabama to a 67-60 victory over Alabama-Huntsville in an exhibition game Monday night.
Tony Mitchell added 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Crimson Tide. Trevor Releford had 12 points.
Jaime Smith scored 27 points for Alabama-Huntsville.
Alabama-Huntsville, ranked No. 2 in the NABC Division II Coaches Preseason Poll after advancing...
The Bionic Man? Superman? The Amazing Kreskin? Alabama senior linebacker Alex Watkins brings out some interesting comparisons because of his ability to play through pain. Football players have been known to play through pain, but Watkins has taken it to a new level.
There's poor timing, then there's sending out a schoolwide email telling Bama students to get on the waiting list the day after their overtime loss to LSU. This isn't as wrong as it seems, though. Crimson Tide fans have just as much right to purchase tickets to the SEC Title Game as do fans of the schools that will actually be playing. [Twitter]...
Trevor Releford put back a missed shot with half a minute to play, and now the journey can begin on a satisfactory note. The third year of the Anthony Grant era of Alabama men’s basketball started with a 67-60 exhibition win over Alabama-Huntsville in Coleman Coliseum Monday night.