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Alabama recently messed with Tennessee’s infamous rock that students use to pass messages along to each other. It’s a new millennium folks. Tennessee is keeping up with technology. The Tennessee Volunteers are not backing down from the Alabama Crimson Tide troll game. The Tennessee Vols take on Alabama today. Both teams really know how to […]
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AJ McCarron and a Tennessee Volunteer defender not getting along? This seems so unlikely! Well, not really AJ McCarron and AJ Johnson of the Tennessee Volunteers may want to live in a world where men get along with men in a respectable way. To be honest, it looks like McCarron instigated this fight. Usually the […]
This past week, Tennessee’s coaching staff and players made sure to refer to the Crimson Tide as “the red team” during practice and interviews – the theory was that the name “Alabama” struck fear into the hearts of their opponents, and the Vols wanted to make sure that everyone realized that it was just another game on the schedule. Well, apparently Tide quarterback A...
Tweet A day after head football coach Nick Saban criticized fans at Alabama Crimson Tide games for leaving early, the university has suspended block seating of 20 student organizations for their game against Tennessee. Block seating had been reserved for fraternities and other student groups, but will be open for any student to sit anywhere...
The Tennessee Volunteers will travel to play the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday in a match-up of two SEC schools.
Tennessee enters this contest 4-3 while Alabama remains unbeaten in their quest for a third consecutive National Championship.
Coverage of this game will air on CBS beginning at 3:30 pm ET from Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, AL.
Earlier this week Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban expressed his dissatisfaction with the student body for leaving games early. His obvious displeasure has helped fuel speculation that he might be thinking of jumping ship and headed to Texas next season (it doesn't help that his wife was busted looking at houses there; no one vacations in Austin Mrs. Saban).
The university has...
Alabama has had a serious attendance problem all season as students have been leaving the games extremely early, and earlier this head coach Nick Saban sent a clear message to the students: come and stay for the whole game, or don’t come at all, because plenty of people are willing to buy those seats and fully support the team.
One Alabama student brought a rather interesting sign...
Every time the Alabama Crimson Tide beats the Tennessee Volunteers, its players light up cigars - and commit an NCAA violation in the process.
One Alabama fan made a sign saying "We're still here" to let Nick Saban know that he stuck around until the end of the Tennessee game.
Sweet home Alabama, where the skies are so blue and students at the University of Alabama are leaving before the Crimson Tide finishes the football game.
While the team has been putting on a clinic of pain against their opponents on Saturday, the students are taking it as a means to exit the stadium before the final tick of the clock.
If you thought all is well in “Title town,”...
Tennessee is coming off an upset win over South Carolina last weekend and its fans are getting a little cocky. One lumber store in Knoxville got so carried away that they supposedly put up this message on the marquee outside the store to warn Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide that they were next up to […]
First the University of Alabama responded to Nick Saban's complaints over fan attendance. Now the students have answered. They'll stay if Saban never leaves.
For a game with so much tradition, so many memorable games, Alabama and Tennessee played a somewhat forgettable one Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium. True, the No. 1 ranked Crimson Tide kept its record clean with a convincing win and there were a handful of highlight plays, but mostly it was ho-hum.
When Nick Saban urged Alabama fans to stop leaving games before their conclusion earlier this week, he was not messing around. The university really wants students to start filling the stands from the first quarter through the fourth. The student organizations who have not been doing that recently had their block seating privileges suspended. According […]
When Tennessee kicked a third quarter field goal in the Volunteers’ 45-10 loss to Alabama at Bryant-Denny Stadium Saturday, it ended a streak of the Crimson Tide scoring 104 unanswered points. After Kentucky scored at the 1:10 mark of the third quarter in its 48-7 loss, Bama shut out Arkansas 52-0 and had a 35-0 lead over the Vols until the 12:53 mark of the third quarter.
The Alabama Crimson Tide hold on to the top spot in the latest AP Top 25 College Football Poll after taking care of business on Saturday vs. Tennessee. Oregon, Florida State, and Ohio hold positions as well - but there's a new #5 this week as the Baylor Bears slide into the Top 5 for the first time since 1953.
The key move of the week was South Carolina. The Gamecocks move up...