Posted March 19, 2012 on
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron did just about everything that could have been asked of a player in leading the Crimson Tide to the national championship with a 21-0 win over LSU in the BCS Game in New Orleans. Now it can be told that he could have done even more. He could have relieved a lot of pre-game anxiety in the Bama Nation.
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Barrett and Harrison Jones didn't head to the beach for spring break.
The two brothers and Alabama teammates instead spent five days last week in Jinotega, Nicaragua, before returning to the practice fields to resume working on new roles with the defending national champions.
They spent a day playing soccer and baseball and sharing their Christian faith at an orphanage, held...
Evan Mathis, who played high school football in the state of Alabama and for the Crimson Tide, has signed a nice contract in the NFL.
Alabama is going to start a freshman pitcher when the Crimson Tide takes on Troy in a Tuesday night in Troy. And while it will be the 13th time this year Bama has started a freshman pitcher, it will be the first start for Jon Keller.
The Crimson Tide has one of the early top recruiting classes in the country. Alabama lost one commitment this week, and another prospect has placed an SEC school as a leader. Andrew Bone provides a lot more recruiting news and notes in this edition...
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The No. 4-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks completed the sweep of Alabama with a 7-4 Southeastern Conference win on Sunday afternoon from Baum Stadium. With the loss, the Crimson Tide falls to 8-12 overall and 0-3 in SEC play. Arkansas improves to 19-2 and 3-0 in conference action.