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JaMychal Green scored 16 of his 21 points in the second half and had 14 rebounds to lead No. 13 Alabama to a 72-64 victory over VCU on Sunday night. Mitchell had missed the previous game with a hip bruise but helped the Crimson Tide move to 7-0 for the first time since 2006-07 against coach Anthony Grant's former team.
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The Alabama Crimson Tide basketball team improved to 7-0 on the season with a 72-64 victory over the VCU Rams for their 24th straight victory inside Coleman Coliseum. It was a tough, physical game, but that was expected going up against a team like VCU coming off an incredible run to the Final Four a year ago. While they lost a lot of meaningful contributors, they are still a talented...
JaMychal Green scored 16 of his 21 points in the second half and had 14 rebounds to lead No. 13 Alabama to a 72-64 victory over VCU on Sunday night.
Eight Alabama players were recognized by the coaching staff following the Crimson Tide’s 42-14 victory at Auburn. Trent Richardson, Brad Smelley and William Vlachos were named players of the week on offense while Dont’a Hightower, Dee Milliner and Courtney Upshaw represented the defense. On special teams, Milliner, Cody Mandell and Alex Watkins were selected.
For those of you hoping to avoid an All-SEC Everything BCS title game, I’ve got some bad news: It appears as though the inevitable has become a reality. After LSU basically punched their ticket with an emphatic beat down of Arkansas on Friday afternoon, Alabama made a statement of their own Saturday, with one of the most dominant wins anyone in college football has had all season...
Alabama running back Trent Richardson was selected as the Walter Camp Football Foundation's Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for 203 yards and catching one touchdown in a 42-14 win over BCS No. 24 Auburn.
Auburn stunned Alabama last year in Tuscaloosa with an amazing rally. The Crimson Tide are out for revenge -- and a possible spot in the national title game. Follow the Iron Bowl here.
Alabama crushes rival Auburn by four touchdowns in the Iron Bowl, proving that it wants a rematch against LSU in the BCS title game. Brett McMurphy says the Crimson Tide's body of work shows they deserve the chance.
Only a major upset or a dramatic shift by voters can prevent a rematch between LSU and Alabama in the BCSnational championship game. The Tigers and Crimson Tide hold down the top two spots for the second straight week, and by a wide margin over third-place Oklahoma State. Stanford is ...
Nick Saban has a message to the poll voters who will help determine whether Alabama plays for a national title: Be "fair."
Nick Saban says picking the two most worthy teams is the only criteria that should matter to poll voters helping to choose the national championship game participants. The Crimson Tide coach says, "Who's the best two teams? That's the question." Of course he has a vested interest. His criteria means not voting the second-ranked Tide lower to avoid a rematch with No.