Found March 29, 2013 on Walter Football:
An interview with Alabama center Barrett Jones, a second-day prospect.

Former Alabama Athletic Director Mal Moore passes away

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...

Lattimore impresses at pro day workout

Less than six months after suffering a gruesome knee injury, the South Carolina running back engaged in rehab drills at the school's pro day workout.

Bielema: I didn’t come here to play Alabama. I came here to beat Alabama.

Bret Bielema is acclimating himself quite quickly with everyone in the SEC. The new Arkansas Razorbacks head coach appears quite different from the low-key guy we knew at Wisconsin. He has been trying to reassure all the Hogs booster clubs that he is definitely the right guy for the job, and he has the pulse on this team, along with assuring them that they are going to compete right...

Paul Finebaum may be silent but he is making noise and money

Long-time radio show host Paul Finebaum hasn’t been on the air since the end of January his contract with Birmingham’s WJOX 94.5 FM expired, but he is still very busy and is doing very well for himself. The unofficial voice of SEC talk radio, Finebaum has agreed to a book deal with Harper Collins to write a book about his popular syndicated talk radio show “The Paul Finebaum...

Crimson Tide Offer Wheatley Jr.

Alabama the latest offer for Fayetteville Manlius (NY) class of 2015 defensive end-tight end Tyrone Wheatley Jr. Will he make his way to Tuscaloosa soon?

University Legend Mal Moore Dies

For the second time in my professional life covering The University of Alabama I have seen a man give his all for the Crimson Tide, almost to the last moment, and do the job as well as it can be done. It is another sorrowful day for the Bama nation.
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