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The owner of this car must truly have a house divided for the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Auburn Tigers. Half of the Jetta is covered in houndstooth and a giant raging elephant representing Alabama. The other half is all Auburn Tiger with a roaring Tiger. Let’s take a second to appreciate the giant racing strip slipping the car in two that is like hazard tape. Apparently this car was spotted at a car dealership. Any of you couples that are half Alabama and half Auburn want to buy this hideous car? HT @BenBoles
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This Week in Colleg Football: Vol 7 – How do you win by 42 points and say that team played with class?
Alabama displayed class and somewhat of a conscious when they beat Georgia State by only 45-3 this past weekend. The reason for this observation is you have to consider they were favored by 55 points with the over/under was 59 points, and the Tide stepped off the gas in the...
Coming into the 2013 football season, the Alabama football team was promoted by the media as being another powerhouse, both on offense and defense. So far however, the Tide has struggled to find their running game.
Alabama’s three running backs, TJ Yeldon, Jalston Fowler, and Kenyan Drake, are getting almost equal playing time. So far this season, sophomore Kenyan Drake has shown...
Another great Saturday of SEC football saw the dominance of Alabama and LSU, the emergence of Missouri, an Auburn upset and solid performances by Florida and South Carolina.
Alabama Vs. Georgia State
Sometimes, you just have to play cupcake games when you have the strongest conference in the land, and Alabama duly obliged, absolutely destroying Georgia State 45-3. The main thing...
Stanford and Washington waged a tense battle on Saturday, with the Cardinal prevailing over the Huskies 31-28 to keep pace with Oregon in the Pac-12 North. [Stephen Lam/Getty Images]
College football rankings: Top 25, week 6
September has yielded to October. The air is getting a little crisper, the tailgates a little rowdier, and the stakes rise with each passing week. We are starting...
Alabama fans aren’t just accustomed to watching their football team win — no, the expectation each week is that the Crimson Tide goes out and slaughters opponents. One Alabama fan in Tuscaloosa made that ‘slaughter’ expectation quite apparent with a little decoration for their vehicle today — the photo below was taken by Michael Casagrande of AL.com: This Tuscaloosa motorist...
No. 1 Alabama has had a string of stumbles off the field even though the Crimson Tide is still rolling inside the lines.
The Tide has had suspensions and separate reports of NCAA violations, including one that has sidelined starting safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.
Despite the potential distractions, Alabama (5-0) is still unbeaten and has faced only one close game - against No. 9 Texas...
As the SEC gauntlet continues, the No.1 ranked Crimson Tide will embark on Commonwealth Stadium on Saturday. The two-time defending national champions are poised to continue their dynasty, and the Wildcats don’t appear to be much of a threat. Perhaps the Wildcats will have a small bit of luck headed their way due to the absence of Alabama DB HaHa Clinton-Dix. The star defensive...
Alabama has more suspensions over the past year than losses in the last seven.
The Crimson Tide's remaining schedule this month will likely keep it that way.
Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix may be out again as top-ranked Alabama looks to keep capitalizing on its advantageous October schedule by continuing its dominance of Kentucky on Saturday night.
Nine members of the Crimson Tide...
Kenyan Drake seems to have established himself as Alabama’s number two tailback. That wouldn’t have been a surprising statement in July. But when the Crimson Tide opened the season against Virginia Tech in Atlanta, Drake was approximately the number last tailback.
Auburn freshman Carl Lawson's performance was one of the biggest stories from a win over Ole Miss as the Tigers took another step forward.
Auburn defensive end Carl Lawson was named the SEC Freshman of the Week for his play in the win over Ole Miss.