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Alabama Crimson Tide vs. LSU Tigers football preview and predictions. Who wins this SEC West showdown in Tuscaloosa?
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Winning in college football is easy relative to the pros. All you need is an administration that backs the program, lots of boosters with deep pockets and a rabid fan base that will stick with you through thick and thin.Then you need a coaching staff that can get the most out of the talent on the field, while simultaneously recruiting circles around the competition—while occasionally...
Armen Keteyian and the "60 Minutes" cameras were granted behind-the-scenes access to Nick Saban's Alabama program for months. Here is their finished product.
On Saturday (8:00 pm Eastern, CBS) one of the most hotly competitive rivalries in today’s national landscape of college football is set to be renewed, as the 10th-ranked LSU Tigers travel northeast to take on the #1-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa’s Bryant-Denny Stadium. The series is widely regarded as one of the annually most intense matchups in the country which...
Take an inside look at the LSU Tigers' football program with ESPN's Kaylee Hartung.
Called "60 Minutes Overtime," the show has released behind-the-scenes footage of its exclusive look into coach Nick Saban's Alabama Crimson Tide program.
Most people on this earth might be slightly interested in seeing how they were portrayed in a national segment on one of the most-watched television channels in the country. Alabama coach Nick Saban, as we’re well-aware, isn’t like most people on this earth, however. Saban claims he didn’t even watch the 13-minute segment that CBS’ ’60 Minutes’ dedicated to both him and...
It’s a good thing Alabama and Oregon don’t have a lot of bye weeks. Both the Crimson Tide and the Ducks, considered by almost everyone to be the top two college football teams in the nation, were idle last week, and while they were away, the ACC mice were at play, to the benefit of FSU.
Rules just flat out don’t apply to LSU football coach Les Miles. Okay, that might be taking a bit too far, but Miles does seem to be a bit of a liberal driver. Today, while doing an interview with ESPN’s Kaylee Hartung, Miles decided to run a red light on his way to work. It was quite a move, considering he knew he was being filmed.
We also learned that Miles like to eat Raisin...
On a normal fall Saturday, I will watch Alabama’s football team play a game. I will see television coverage – mostly snippets, almost never as much as an uninterrupted quarter – of another game or two. This weekend, though, the Crimson Tide did not play a game, and with nifty performance on the channel changer, I was witness to the better part of six college football games.
You know with Nick Saban, there door is never fully closed on another job. According to an AP report, Saban’s agent Jimmy Sexton said the door is open for Saban to leave Alabama for Texas:
“Sexton confirmed that UT is the only job Nick would possibly consider leaving Alabama for, and that his success there created special pressure for him,” Hicks wrote.
I think it’s smart...
Who replaced Nick Saban with Steve Spurrier? Today, the Alabama head football coach pulled some of the best trolling we’ve seen all season, in advance of his team’s matchup with LSU:
Saban: “This is by far to me, the most explosive, th emost talented offense we’ve faced all year long.” (cc: JFF)
— D.C. Reeves (@_DCReeves) November 4, 2013
Saban on Zach Mettenberger...
With LSU heading to Tuscaloosa, Alabama coach Nick Saban called the Tigers' offense the most explosive he's seen all year. But is it really?
Marietta (Ga.) Walton High School produced a pair of class of 2013 Alabama signees and the Crimson Tide is the early favorite to land arguably the school's top underclassmen prospect as well.
Alabama week is finally here. To kick off our coverage leading up to the game, we'll be hosting our weekly live chat at 11:15 a.m. After that, Les Miles will take the podium for his Monday press conference at 12:30 p.m. The TSD staff will have you covered, so head inside for all the latest on LSU football.
Andre Stringer has been through a lot of change during his tenure at LSU, but the senior sharpshooter is hoping to lead the Tigers to bigger and better things in 2013-14. TSD publisher Ben Love previews the campaign on the horizon for Stringer.