Found December 19, 2012 on Shirts With Random Triangles:
Alabama center Barrett Jones sprained his left foot during the Crimson Tide's SEC championship game victory over Georgia on Dec. 1. As his foot is in a cast, he won't be able to participate in team practices for the Tide's BCS title game showdown against Notre Dame on Jan. 7, 2013. Jones spoke to the media about the injury on Tuesday. When he arrived in the media room, on crutches, he took a seat and didn't even wait for a question. "All right," Jones said. "Sprained foot. Gonna be fine. Can’t wait to play. That's that." One-hundred percent sure? "Yes." J ones injured the foot during the Tide's 32-28 victory over Georgia on Dec. 1 in the SEC Championship Game. When? "First quarter," Jones said.  What happened? "I don’t really know," Jones said.  Jones is currently restricted to riding a stationary bike during practice until the 26th.  (via

A friendship budding between Jones, Te'o

After traveling together a few weeks ago, Alabama center Barrett Jones and Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o have become friends, which makes perfect sense when you consider how alike the two are.

Alabama AD says Nick Saban will stay

Alabama Crimson Nick Saban is preparing his team to play Notre Dame  for the National Championship On Jan.7.   The only thing that people seem to want to talk about is his potential bid to coach another NFL team. Alabama’s Athletic Director Mal Moore has stepped forward to attempt to clear the air.    Please Click Here To Read This Story.

AJ McCarron has a doppleganger that looks just like him

  According to the Instagram account AustinMire and @RickMuscles, there is a guy that looks exactly like Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback AJ McCarron. The junior quarterback is getting ready to play in the BCS National Championship against Notre Dame. Honestly, if you showed me this picture, I would think this was AJ McCarron. Heck, I look at this picture and think it’s a prank...

Potential 1st rd pick, Crimson Tide LB C.J. Mosley returning to school

Alabama Crimson Tide junior linebacker C.J. Mosley made news following his team’s two-hour practice, announcing he would return for his senior season in Tuscaloosa. Many NFL mock drafts have Mosley as a mid to late first rounder, so this is suprising. “I’m staying for one more year (at Alabama),” Mosley said on Thursday. “There’s a lot I still haven’t accomplished...

Saban gives injury report

Tuesday evening, Alabama head coach Nick Saban provided status updates on all injured players, including Barrett Jones, Kenny Bell and Jarrick Williams, who made his re-debut at practice.

Alabama LB Mosley decides to return

Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley is returning for his senior season instead of entering the NFL Draft. The consensus All-American said Thursday he wants to graduate next December and has ''a lot I still haven't accomplished yet as far as football goals.'' Mosley says it wasn't a tough decision and he's known for a while that he would come back. Quarterback...

All 124 FBS college football teams ranked, see how a playoff would look in 2012

Coaches Trophy awarded to the BCS National Champion (pictured). All 124 teams ranked at the end of the article. Jimbo Fisher is right in that we need to change how we pick teams, but humans may not be the best method.  The upcoming four team playoff will haul in loads of money and additional popularity for college football, but it could easily open the door wide...

You can now buy this “ROLL TIDE” toothbrush

    Well, I’ve been looking for a new toothbrush to use for awhile and I’ve finally found one. Do you like the Alabama Crimson Tide? Do you think that Alabama has actually won 14 champions? Then this tooth brush may be for you. I’ve always wanted a tooth brush that says ROLL TIDE on it that is Crimson and White. At least Alabama and Nick Saban are promoting good hygiene....

Saban, McCarron Passing On NFL

Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron said that he was not going to the NFL following this season. And we thought we had heard Nick Saban say the same thing. Nevertheless, as the Crimson Tide returned to practice, and Saban returned to media accessibility, the subjects were rehashed.

Saban approves of McCarron's decision to stay

Notebook: In his first post-season press conference, Alabama head coach Nick Saban addressed AJ McCarron's decision to come back for his senior year, rooting for Notre Dame as a kid and coaching in the NFL.

Most bowl game appearances

While Alabama will defend its national title against Notre Dame on Jan. 7 in Miami, do the Crimson Tide have the most bowl game appearances? Or does Texas or Tennessee own the top spot? A breakdown of the top college football programs and their postseason success: NOTE: Totals do not include 2012-13 bowls

Tide Tries To End 3-Game Loss Skid

Alabama is mired in a three-game losing streak, but Crimson Tide Coach Anthony Grant isn’t looking for a win. What the Bama coach wants is for the team to do the right things. “If we do the things we need to do,” he said Tuesday afternoon, “the winning will take care of itself.”

Tide Starts Fast, Then Holds On

Among the problems Alabama basketball has had lately had been slow starts. In Lubbock, Tex., Wednesday the Crimson Tide got off to a jack rabbit start against Texas Tech. The Alabama hare, however, turned into the Tide tortoise in the second half and it was all Bama could do to squeak by a woeful Red Raiders team.

Yeager Shots: Second Half Surge Falls Short

Joe Yeager breaks down the Red Raiders loss to the Crimson Tide as a second-half comeback fell short.
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