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Updates. By PAUL NEWBERRY AP Sports Writer No matter how much Nick Saban protests, it's always the first thing that comes up with Alabama.
No team has ever won three straight national titles. The top-ranked Crimson Tide sure looks poised to make a run at it, led by one of the nation's top quarterbacks (AJ McCarron) and a host of talented returnees from the team that wiped out Notre Dame in last season's BCS championship game for its second straight crown and third in four years.
The Tide will get started on trying to win another Saturday, taking on rebuilding Virginia Tech at the Georgia Dome.
''Alabama's really done something special,'' Hokies coach Frank Beamer said. ''I never thought there would be a team that was as dominating for as many years as they have. I never thought that would happen again in college football. I just thought the limitations in scholarships, the things were so much more equal. They've done a trem...
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An establishment Tuscaloosa, Ala. has combined arguably one of most well-known pieces of art from the Renaissance and two of the most-beloved figures in Alabama Crimson Tide football lore. Yep, at the Druid City Brewing Co. there is a re-creation, done in chalk, of Michelangelo’s “The Creation of Adam” (above), which serves as the central […]The post Michelangelo’s ‘The...
The highly-anticipated 2013 college football season is finally upon us! Thursday evening’s SEC showdown featuring Ole Miss and Vanderbilt and in-state rivalry between Utah and Utah State proved to be more than adequate appetizers—as the Utes and Rebels each mounted raucous rallies to start the season in the win column. But chances are, you’ve still got a pretty hefty appetite...
Alabama Coach Nick Saban is getting excited. His Crimson Tide football team is preparing to open the season as the nation’s number one team. Saban discussed the sitution for the final time Wednesdy. Here are his comments.
The Druid City Brewing Co. in Tuscaloosa, Alabama has glorified Nick Saban and Bear Bryant as God and Adam in this mural on the wall of the bar. Seeing this in Alabama should come as no surprise as they go crazy for their football coaches down there. In fact, this is so Alabama.
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As would be expected, Alabama Coach Nick Saban spoke highly of Virginia Tech and expressed concern about some areas of the Crimson Tide’s play following Bama’s 35-10 win over the Hokies in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta Saturday.
It appears that there is a wall mural of the deceased Bear Bryant handing a BCS crystal ball to Nick Saban who is the current coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide. According to Bo Hicks, the mural is not even done yet. It’s the craziest most beautiful thing I have ever seen.
Not even done yet bit read it and weep! pic.twitter.com/Tikl1Sk6Xq
— Bo Hicks (@bohicks) August 28, 2013
Alabama fans love their Crimson Tide football, and the one thing they may love more than the team, is the coach of the team.
The Druid City Brewing Co in Tuscaloosa, Alabama is the creator of the large mural painting that shows legendary Alabama coach Bear Bryant, and current legend, Nick Saban relaxing as God and Adam would in heaven.
For a nice fee, you can get shirts, hats, and...
The chalkboard drawing of legendary coaches Bear Bryant and Nick Saban depicted as God and Adam can be found at Druid City Brewing Co. in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Where else?
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist There's not a lot to like about it, maybe because it seems so inevitable and Nick Saban always seems so crabby.
Root for Alabama to win a third straight national title in football? Please, let's just get it done and move on to 2014 when Saban will still be crabby but at least the BCS will be no more.
Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. It's like Christmas with more...football.
Break out the high horses.
ESPN's Chris Low slams the NCAA for Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel's first-half suspension for the Aggies' season opener against Rice. This is the same ESPN which is pretty much entirely responsible for fueling this whole mess.
Now that the latest bit of Johnny Football drama has been settled, the college football season can start with five days of games to satisfy fans who have been craving competition since Nick Saban was raising a crystal football in south Florida and trying to look as if he was having a good time.
The season starts, as always, with more mismatches than marquee games, but that's...
No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide (13-1) Coach Nick Saban (seventh season, 63-13 at Alabama, 159-55-1 overall) Returning starters: Alabama 14, 6 offense, 7 defense, 1 special teams Recruiting rank: 1 Strength of schedule: 35 If coach Nick Saban was worried before about his players being overconfident after winning the 2012 BCS Championship, then he must be losing sleep over keeping...
Coaches always preach it: No looking ahead.
Kind of hard in this case, considering all the big games the Southeastern Conference will be involved in the opening month of the season.
No one has it tougher than Georgia. The fifth-ranked Bulldogs open the season Saturday at No. 8 Clemson, then return home the following week to face No. 6 South Carolina in a game that, as usual, will...