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Alabama Coach Nick Saban allowed the media to watch all of spring football practice Monday, including the secret plays that were being installed and all the position changes that are being made. April Fool! But reporters did get to see a couple of practice periods.
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New Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema turned quite a few heads when he decided to leave the Big Ten power he ad built in Wisconsin, to take his talents down south in SEC country at Arkansas. But now that he is officially there, he is ready to make some noise.
And not just necessarily on the field. According to David Hendrix Jr. of Hootens.com, Bielema had this to say about the...
New Arkansas coach Bret Bielema says he is prepared to challenge SEC heavyweight Nick Saban and the Alabama program.
Say what you want about Bret Bielema, but the man knows how to stir up controversy right off the bat. The first-year Arkansas coach managed to raise some eyebrows this week before even coaching a single game in the SEC.
Bielema was speaking to the Saline County Razorback Club, a group of Arkansas boosters, when he managed to say some pretty ridiculous things. Including calling out...
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron used to wander over to athletic director Mal Moore's corner office every couple of weeks for a chat, one Crimson Tide quarterback to another.
So it hit McCarron especially hard when he got the news Saturday that Moore had passed away after a battle with pulmonary problems.
''He was such a legend here and I always liked being around his...
Former Alabama player, assistant coach and athletic director Mal Moore sported a No. 10, the same jersey number AJ McCarron wears today.
Mal Moore, the recently retired Alabama Athletic Director best known as the man who hired Nick Saban as football coach in 2007 passed away on Saturday, according to the school.
He was 73-years-old.
Moore was a man tied to Alabama since his teen years, as a player for legendary coach Paul ‘Bear’ Bryant from 1958 to 1962, before he became an assistant coach for the school’s...
Nick Saban knows what he’s doing in the recruiting game, and he’s focusing his attention on some big fish this week. We break that down and check in with plenty of Alabama targets for the absolute latest inside.
The bottom of the sixth inning did not start well for Alabama baseball Tuesday night. The first two men were meekly erased as Bama looked at a one-run deficit to visiting Southeastern Louisiana. Things did not look good for the Crimson Tide.
In the wake of the death of their former athletics director, distracted Alabama players might not feel like practicing; distraught Crimson Tide coaches might not be enthusiastic about coaching. Pragmatic Mal Moore would be the first to say, “You have to do it.”
It was hot. It came after more than a week of no practice. And it wasn’t what Alabama Coach Nick Saban wanted to see.
The term "southern gentleman" has lost of a lot of its complimentary meaning in recent years, as laughable movie stereotypes depict seersucker-wearing villains speaking with syrupy faux accents.
But there is no other phrase to describe former Alabama athletic director Mal Moore, who passed away on Saturday night at Duke University Medical Center at the age of 73.
The good news for Alabama baseball is that the Crimson Tide gets to play at home this week. The bad news is that one of the top teams in the Southeastern Conference will be coming to Sewell-Thomas Stadium.
Alabama Coach Nick Saban is helpful in providing a number of Crimson Tide football players for interviews each week. Astute observers will notice, however, that it is a relatively few number of different players. Each week we’ll get AJ McCarron and C.J. Mosley and some others who have earned their stripes.
Wide receiver Dominique Booth of Indianapolis (Ind.) Pike picked up his 22nd offer today when he went south to visit the Crimson Tide. Booth talks about his day at Alabama and his plan to decide early.
The following article is a none Wisconsin opinion on the status of Bret Bielema. I think you will find it an interesting read. Enjoy!
I am super pumped up about the new Bucky coach and Melvin Gordon for Heisman 2013. I am.
And a few token pics of Bret’s wife Jen to keep you focused. Jen is on the bottom tier of SEC wives but Bret certainly out kicked his coverage.