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Ryan Kelly (right) with Alabama OL Austin Sheppard at 2013 BCS title game.
Alabama sophomore offensive lineman Ryan Kelly is the heir apparent to former Crimson Tide center Barrett Jones. He's being described by hie teammate, Bama left tackle Cyrus Kouandjio as being "really professional" and "really organized." Which must mean that Kelly really made a big impression on him.
"He’s the most professional
person I know," Kouandjio said. "He’s really serious and that’s the perfect center right there.
"I trust him 100 percent. I trust him as much as I trust Barrett
Jones. I think it’s looking good for him."
Which is good news for Alabama, as Jones was as important to its ollfensive last season as starting quarterback A.J. McCarron or running back Eddie Lacy. It also a good sign that The Crimson Tide won't be making it any easier to knock the off it's place at the top of the college football ...
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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Bill Battle was cutting trees downed in a recent storm on his suburban Atlanta farm when alma mater Alabama called a couple of weeks ago.
Now, the former Crimson Tide football player has ditched a comfortable semi-retirement of charity work and consulting to run a flourishing athletic department that had a 133 million budget in 2011-12 and has a football program...
The 2012 version of the Alabama defense was arguably one of the best ever, if not THE best. Nick Saban has made it a habit to put one of the stingiest, nastiest squads in the country on the field each fall in Tuscaloosa. And while the trophy cases keep filling up, the Tide just keep reloading. After losing quite a bit of talent following the 2011 national championship run, Alabama...
When Alabama Coach Mitch Gaspard was making out the Crimson Tide baseball schedule, he probably didn’t expect a conflict for Bama fans who would have the opportunity to see the team at the Hoover Met. The game is on for 6:30 p.m. CDT Tuesday against Alabama-Birmingham, but there is a conflict.
ATHENS, Ga. – Alabama scored single runs in the third, fifth and eighth innings and starting pitcher Spencer Turnbull matched his career-high, throwing seven scoreless innings as the Crimson Tide defeated Georgia, 3-0, on Sunday from Foley Field and completed the Southeastern Conference road series sweep of the Bulldogs. The Tide has now won a season-high six straight games and seven of eight.