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The AP reports that the Alabama Crimson Tide may have lost safety Vinnie Sunseri after he suffered a knee injury against the Arkansas Razorbacks.
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Alabama safety Vinnie Sunseri left Saturday night's game against Arkansas with an apparent leg injury.
Sunseri limped off the field with trainers after getting hurt on kickoff coverage. He walked to the locker room shortly after that.
Sunseri has started the first seven games and came in as the top-ranked Crimson Tide's sixth-leading tackler with 20 stops. He had a team...
Do you like houndstooth? Do you like Alabama pajamas? Then this blog post is for you? Sometimes you need some overalls that just have the Alabama Crimson Tide logo all over them AMIRITE? It doesn’t hurt to have some attractive blond girls in there. Wear your elephant hats pruned. ROLL UNIFORMS! i love the hats. I love the clothes. I love the fact that your ream will win where...
The analogy of Alabama as King of College Football seems appropriate this week. King Crimson Tide looks down from his castle on the chaos among the masses. Although it may seem irrelevant to the monarch, there is interest in seeing the triumphs of the serfs. “If it could happen to them...?”
After all the craziness in its division, one thing is for certain: Alabama is still the SEC's best chance of getting a team in the National Championship. The Crimson Tide stayed at No.1 in the AP poll while Missouri (which could well be Bama's opponent in the SEC Championship Game) is 7th. The Top 10 looks like this: 1. Alabama 2. Oregon 3. Florida State 4. Ohio State 5....
Alabama has topped the first BCS standings of the 2013 season. The undefeated Crimson Tide is No.1, followed by Florida State, Oregon, Ohio State, and SEC East leader Missouri. Stanford, Miami, Baylor, Clemson and Texas Tech round out the Top 10. Auburn is No.11, LSU is No.13, Texas A&M is No.16, South Carolina is 21. Interestingly, Alabama only ranked top in two of the five...
There were a lot of upsets in the Southeastern Conference last week, but there was one place upset was avoided. No, we’re not talking about Alabama 52, Arkansas 0, although that played into it. The Crimson Tide has played seven games. Bama has won seven games. After each Alabama game, the Tide coaching staff chooses players of the week on offense, defense, and special teams.
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Alabama sits atop the first BCS rankings of the 2013 season. Missouri lands at no. 5. (ESPN)
Unproductive thought experiment of the week.
According to Team Speed Kills, Alabama would face Ohio State if the College Football Playoff semifinals, which begin...
The No. 1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide will host the Arkansas Razorbacks in a Saturday evening match-up of two SEC schools.
While Alabama (6-0) has had little to stand in its way the same can not be said for Arkansas (3-4) who have lost their last four games including their last three SEC match-ups.
Coverage of Saturday’s game between the Arkansas Razorbacks and Alabama...
Watch A.J. McCarron speak to the media after Alabama's big win over Arkansas.
It may have been “Shake Up” Saturday in college football, but Alabama may not have gotten the message.With major powerhouses like LSU, Georgia, South Carolina and Florida all losing in the afternoon, AJ McCarron and a running game that had 352 yards on the ground, ran over, around and through Arkansas 52-0. The win helped keep the attention on the Crimson Tide as the country’s...
Here's game coverage from the Razorbacks and No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Landon Collins talks to the media after Alabama routs Arkansas on Saturday night.
As much as one might have wished for a different report, there was no surprise when Alabama Coach Nick Saban delivered the news Monday. Junior safety Vinnie Sunseri had suffered ligament damage when he was injured during kickoff coverage against Arkansas in the Tide’s 52-0 win Saturday. He is scheduled to undergo season-ending surgery Tuesday.
The BCS Standings are out and the Alabama Crimson Tide is No. 1 on it in addition to the AP and Coaches poll.
Florida State is No. 2 with Oregon at No. 3, Ohio State No.4 and Missouri at No. 5 in the first BCS Standings of the year.
No one expected HaHa Clinton-Dix to play the role he did in Alabama’s 52-0 win over Arkansas in Bryant-Denny Stadium Saturday night. Clinton-Dix had been suspended after accepting a loan from a Crimson Tide assistant strength coach, a potential violation of NCAA rules.