Posted October 17, 2013 on
Alabama was represented by Trevor Releford at SEC Media Day Thursday, and he hit many topics during his time with the media. Catch all of what he said inside.
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Nick Saban and A.J. McCarron. Photo: AL.com.
It's time for another edition of everyone's favorite little red crimson book, "Quotations from Chairman Saban." This time Alabama's head football coach responds to questions as to whether he and the Crimson Tide might be overlooking Arkansas, a team that got bushwhacked by South Carolina last weekend 52-7....
For the die-hard Alabama fan in your family, there's a Crimson Tide history book (1892-1945) available for $250 on Craigslist.
Alabama Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has been reinstated by the NCAA. Clinton-Dix served a two game suspension after received a loan of less than $500 from assistant strength and conditioning coach Corey Harris.
The NCAA notified UA Friday that Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has been reinstated and is eligible for competition after serving a two-game suspension.
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Alabama continues to make moves in closing out the class of 2014, and certain scenarios may dictate how the Crimson Tide finishes up in the chase for another top-ranked class. BamaMag.com subscribers asked of many elite targets, and we hit them all in this week's Recruiting Q&A.
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A pair of University of Oregon students have printed and are selling green t-shirts on campus with the phrase "We Want Bama" on them.
And the $10 t-shirts are going like hot cakes on the Eugene campus.
The two students decided to do it to draw attention that the current #2 ranked Ducks...
The NCAA has reinstated Alabama safety HaHa Clinton-Dix after he was suspended for two games by Alabama coach Nick Saban for a violation. Clinton-Dix was suspended for, according to the CBS News Report: "Alabama originally suspended Clinton-Dix after it discovered he received an impermissible benefit. Clinton-Dix had borrowed between $100 and $300 from assistant strength coach...