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Trent Richardson • 5-9• 228 • Alabama Richardson is the top Running Back in this NFL Draft class by far. He is a top 10 talent due to his size and ability to stay on the field for all 3 downs. He should be selected in the top 10 but may fall to devaluation of [...]Thanks for reading. 2012 NFL Mock Draft | Running Backs is a post from 2012 NFL Mock Draft | New NFL Draft
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1. Trent Richardson – JR – Alabama (5-9, 228) Hometown: Pensacola, Fla. (Escambia)
STRENGTHS: Richardson is built like a tank, but certainly doesn’t move like one and can hurt opposing teams in a variety of ways. He is workout warrior with a body of solid muscle that can easily withstand punishment. His powerful legs allow him to effortlessly...
Alabama Outland Trophy winner Barrett Jones opened spring practice at a new position.
Jones lined up at center instead of left tackle when the defending national champion Crimson Tide opened on Friday with a single practice before spring break.
Three-year starting center William Vlachos (VLAY-HOS) is gone. Sophomore Cyrus Kouandjio (kwan-RO) is expected to take over at left tackle...
It’s almost NFL Draft time! If you’re a Cincinnati Bengals fan, draft season usually starts pretty early, especially during the 1990s and 2000s. Let’s take a look at what they could do with their first three picks.
17. Cincinnati Bengals, Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
Cin team needs: RB, OG, CB
Richardson should be a much better pro than his predecessor in Mark Ingram...
Been there, done that. The 2009 Alabama football team won the national championship. In 2010, Bama fell off to a 10-3 record. Now Alabama is following up the 2011 national championship, and Crimson Tide Coach Nick Saban wants his team to be sure to realize it is not the national championship team.
The Alabama baseball team dropped a hard-fought 3-2 decision to the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles on the final day of the Alabama Baseball Classic at Sewell-Thomas Stadium on Sunday. With the loss, the Crimson Tide falls to 6-9 on the year while Oral Roberts moves to 7-7.
Alabama is back in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2006.
The Crimson Tide (21-11) drew a No. 9 seed Sunday and faces No. 8 Creighton (28-5) on Friday at the Midwest Regional in Greensboro, N.C. The winner will likely face top-seeded North Carolina.
Alabama had to overcome off-the-court troubles. The Tide went 6-4 after a season-ending suspension of No. 2 scorer and...
Alabama will be playing a team whose star is the son of the coach, but this isn’t Little League. It’s the Big Dance. The Crimson Tide, disappointed last year, had a some nervous moments, but as selections were revealed for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Bama finally got the word that Alabama basketball will play on.
The fine folks at US Presswire deliver with some great shots from Friday's action in New Orleans. Florida escaped with a three point win and had some of the usual suspects step up. Here is a sample of the action Friday afternoon as the Gators dispatched of the Alabama Crimson Tide to move on to the showdown with Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday.
Alabama fought the good fight, but it was unable to advance to weekend play in the Southeastern Conference Basketball Tournament. Florida survived a last-gasp three-point attempt that would have sent the game to overtime, and defeated the Crimson Tide, 66-63, in the New Orleans Arena.
The Alabama baseball team dropped a 3-1 decision to the East Carolina Pirates on the opening day of the Alabama Baseball Classic at Sewell-Thomas Stadium on Friday night. With the loss the Crimson Tide drops to 5-8 on the year, while ECU improves to 9-3.
After six years of missing out on the Big Dance, the Alabama Crimson Tide can finally put their dancing shoes back on as they were selected to the 68-team field on Sunday night. Most experts had Alabama lined up as a 9-seed coming into the day, and that is exactly what the Crimson Tide received.
The Crimson Tide were selected as the 9-seed in the Midwest region, and are set for an...
The box score didn't look pretty for Florida. Alabama shot almost 15% better than the Gators, won the rebounding margin by five and the teams were similar from the free throw line. Somehow, No. 19 Florida managed still to pull out a 66-63 win over the Crimson Tide to advance to the SEC Tournament semifinals. Florida head coach Billy Donovan chalked it up to the late three-pointers.