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On September 3rd, at 2:00 pm CT, Kenny Bell, one of Alabama’s best wide receivers, made an announcement on Twitter by tweeting several times that he was retiring his senior year. He tweeted: “…It’s been a nice run but I’m hanging up my cleats,” as well as tweeting: “Time to focus on my responsibilities MY KIDS.” He sent an encouraging tweet to all of his teammates that said: “Salute to the team y’all keep grinding and win that championship.”
This came as a shock to Alabama fans as they expected Kenny Bell to be as much of an impact player this year as he was last year. Kenny Bell has made this decision to focus more on being a father which is very commendable.
What was even more confusing was the press conference Nick Saban had later that Tuesday evening that clarified the fact that Kenny Bell would be back at practice the next day and that he was still on the team. Saban said he simply gave Bell “a personal day.” Every Alabama fan is happy to hear that! Bell has had a tremendous e
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The next time a coach accuses the media of hype, consider this sentence from Alabama Coach Nick Saban during Wednesday’s Southeastern Conference teleconference: “Texas A&M has an outstanding team, one of the best offensive teams probably in college football, maybe in the history of college football in term’s of their quarterback’s ability to make plays and the great job...
Check out that picture of Nick Saban and a half dozen coaches and assistants on the Alabama sideline. I can only see two non-obscured people, I can't see any shoes or cleats, and I still counted 14 swooshes. That's still not enough for Nike.
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I don’t know if you’ve heard or not, but there’s going to be a pretty big game taking place in College Station this weekend. Of course, two-time defending champion Alabama is looking to get revenge on Heisman winner Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M, the only program to beat the Crimson Tide on the gridiron last season.
Naturally, the hype for this game has been off the charts...
When asked about Texas A&M, Alabama coach Nick Saban stated that the Aggies' offense could be one of the best in college football history.
All eyes might be on Johnny Manziel in Saturday's Alabama-Texas A&M game - except for the Crimson Tide's defensive backs.
Top-ranked Alabama coach Nick Saban doesn't want his DBs turning back to check out No. 6 Texas A&M's electric quarterback when he's moving around in the backfield.
Too many things can happen, and most of them bad.
So who is the coach who thinks Texas A&M is the nation’s best college football team? Well, let’s see. Nick Saban has a vote. The Aggies got one vote for number one in this week’s polls. Alabama suffered not at all despite not playing a game last week.
Paul Finebaum trolled Texas, Mack Brown and their fans about Nick Saban coming to Texas (the state). Apparently, he also trolled Sports Illustrated and they have some egg on their face.Read more →
It's the game of the week, perhaps the year.
Alabama vs. Texas A&M: Part 2.
Texas A&M spoiled Nick Saban & Co.'s perfect season last year. Will the Crimson Tide get their revenge? Or is Johnny Manziel going to take control again.
Arguments can be made for either side, but many are picking Alabama to win in College Station Saturday. After all, it's hard...
Much has been made of the trend in college football to run a fast-tick offense, the Hurry-Up-No-Huddle or Tempo Offense. Alabama Coach Nick Saban is not a proponent of the scheme, primarily because his background is defense and by denying the defense the opportunity to make substitutions, it limits defensive strategy.
Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper insists this Texas A&M game is not about revenge.
Nick Saban said it's important to keep the approach businesslike and that the football field is no place for trash talk. Quarterback AJ McCarron believes his friendship with Texas A&M counterpart Johnny Manziel is overblown.
The top-ranked Crimson Tide and No. 6 Aggies are finally getting...
You can’t go more than a week without seeing a mind-boggling play courtesy of a youth football player from the south.
Three days after seeing a Tennessee running back hurdling a would-be tackler a la Edwin Moses, we were introduced to quarterback John David Taylor of Alabama. Taylor looked like a young, white Tommie Frazier on a recent touchdown run — with the added bonus of...
Alabama Coach Nick Saban announced Monday that redshirt freshman defensive end Dalvin Tomlinson had "a very successful surgery," but that Tomlinson would be lost to the Crimson Tide for a long period.
Legendary Alabama head football coach Paul "Bear Bryant" would have turned 100 today. Bryant, born Sept. 11, 2013, was head coach first of Maryland (1945), then Kentucky (1946-1953), Texas A&M (1954-1957), then finally Alabama (1958-1982). His 323-85-17 career record includes six national titles, 14 SEC titles, and one Southwest Conference title.
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Listen up Alabama, I know you are licking your chops about getting another shot at Johnny Football. However, you need to step back, take a pause and listen to your head coach who is whispering in your ear “If you stay with the plan, you will beat the man”!
What does that mean? It means Focus, Pay attention to your assignments, Stay with your blocks, Be aggressive but stay...
He was a combination of Bo Jackson and Tommie Frazier on this run.
The kid is named John David Taylor and he is from Alabama, meaning Nick Saban has already offered him a scholarship.
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