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Auburn track and field opens the 2012 season on Saturday at the new Birmingham Crossplex with the Crimson Tide Indoor Opener hosted by the University of Alabama.
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In an "interesting" take on Nick Saban's recent run of excellence at Alabama, Forbes writer John Tamny argues that the school should fire him because he's unlikely to deliver the Crimson Tide another national championship.
For those of you out there who consider yourselves NFL Draftniks, your job just got a whole lot more exciting on Thursday afternoon. That’s because, in the least surprising news that we’ll likely have all off-season, three Alabama superstar juniors have declared themselves for the NFL Draft. Trent Richardson, Dont’a Hightower and Dre Kirkpatrick, we hardly knew ye. But enjoy...
All-American running back Trent Richardson and All-American cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick announced they will be forgoing their final year of eligibility at Alabama and entering the 2012 NFL Draft. Both were part of a pair of national championship teams in three years in Tuscaloosa.
Alabama junior cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick and junior running back Trent Richardson announced Thursday that they will be entering the 2012 National Football League Draft. In addition, junior linebacker Dont'a Hightower has decided he will also declare for the draft.
It's been 38 days since the Tulane track and field program opened their 2011-12 season and, on January 14, the Green Wave will return to the oval for the Crimson Tide Indoor Opener at the Birmingham CrossPlex. Head coach Eric Peterson will take 17 student-athletes to the second of six regular season indoor competitions.
In a rather unsurprising development, three of Alabama’s more talented players are declaring themselvese eligible for the 2012 NFL draft.
LB Donta’ Hightower, RB Trent Richardson and CB Dre Kirkpatrick have all elected to forgo their final season of eligibility to turn pro. Kirkpatrick is widely thought to be the most highly rated of the three as he’s forecast by most to be...
While the Crimson Tide was winning the first meet of the 2012 season, Kayla Hoffman, captain of last year's NCAA Championship team was being presented with one of the NCAA's highest honors, the Today's Top VIII Award.