Alabama's expectations have gotten so routinely lofty that ''Remember 2010'' has become something of a rallying cry this spring.
Ten wins, three losses? How depressing for a program that seems to be entering every season lately with national championship expectations - not just aspirations - among players, coaches and fans.
Slack off, and the Crimson Tide might just have to deal with barely managing double-digit wins again. Remember 2010?
''That wasn't a good year,'' Tide linebacker Nico Johnson said. ''We lost to South Carolina, LSU, Auburn. It was different. We don't want that to ever happen again. What we do year in and year out is try to get to a national championship. If we don't get there, it's kind of depressing. We're trying to prevent that from happening.''
A steady haul of some of the nation's top recruits have left no shortage of talent, even with five potential first-round NFL draft picks dep...