Found October 17, 2012 on
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No one can argue at this point about which team is number one in college football. It is without a doubt the Alabama Crimson Tide. They easily have the best offensive line in the nation led by center Barrett Jones (Sr. 6-5 302, no sacks allowed) and the rest of the line is loaded with definite future NFL talent. The Tide are currently 25th overall in rushing with 217.2 yards per game. The Alabama defense is stifling once again and any worries of how the newcomers would do are basically forgotten. They lead almost every major defensive statistical category including allowing just 55.3 rush yards and 125.8 pass yards per game, along with 7.5 points allowed per game. The most significant win on Alabama’s resume so far may be the season opener against Michigan in a 41-14 blow out. The Tide have yet to lose momentum after the demolition of the Wolverines and have rolled over every opponent since. The speedy Oregon Ducks have done their job this season by running over everyone in their pa...
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Most everyone knows that between Alabama, Florida, LSU and Auburn, the SEC has won the last six National Championships, but this year there is one team, Oregon, who wants the opportunity to unseat the champion conference. The SEC, who will most likely be represented by the almost NFL Caliber Crimson Tide of Alabama will be ready to compete against whoever is on the other side....
Alabama head coach Nick Saban refuted Tuesday's report which said quarterback AJ McCarron had a slightly torn meniscus, praised Tennessee's offense and discussed which players are capable punt returners at Wednesday night's presser.
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban chewed out Tide fans earlier this season for disrespecting Western Kentucky's chances of beating the reigning BCS title holder (which the Hilltoppers didn't do, of course). He also tried to deflate the notion that Bama was "invincible" later in the season. Saban's latest Mission: Impossible? Selling Saturday's opponent ...
Alabama head coach Nick Saban wouldn't say if he's suspended defensive end LaMichael Fanning for his body slam tackle of a Missouri player last week, but explained Alabama is handling the matter "internally."
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This is the kinda awesome college football fan warfare that we need more of. The Arizona State “A” outside Sun Devil Stadium was vandalized prior to tonight’s game between ASU and the Oregon Ducks. The “A” was painted green, and we can only assume it was by some rabid and loyal Oregon fans. The “A” [...]
Vinnie and Sal Sunseri are on opposite sides of a prominent Southern rivalry, and not overjoyed about it.
Vinnie is a safety for No. 1 Alabama and father Sal is Tennessee's defensive coordinator, making Saturday night's game a highly stressful family get-together in Knoxville, Tenn.
Father and son have almost identical takes on the situation.
It's a "very, very...
At his weekly Monday press conference, Alabama head coach Nick Saban gave an injury update, told reporters he was tired of talking about rankings and said he felt bad about not getting the intensity up enough after Saturday's rain delay in Missouri.
According to the Columbia Tribune, Nick Saban was none too pleased when Alabama defensive lineman LaMichael Fanning suplexed Missouri’s tailback Russell Hansbrough. The article goes on to explain how a simple apology of words wasn’t enough all courtesy of Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel’s latest press conference:
Alabama Coach Nick Saban called Pinkel on Sunday to apologize...
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By ANNE M. PETERSON AP Sports Writer Bringing the laid-back vibe of his Hawaiian home to the mainland, Marcus Mariota has kept his cool as the starting quarterback for No. 2 Oregon.
Despite a lack of experience, the 6-foot-4 redshirt freshman has helped guide the Ducks to a 6-0 start. Oregon ranks second nationally with an average of just over 52...
With new ownership and a fresh approach taking over the front office of the NFL'sCleveland Browns, is there a chance a new era of football could be led by one of the biggest names in college football?
Rumors are starting to spread (they have since been denied) the Browns may be interested in targeting Alabama head coach Nick Saban, who was an assistant with the team from 1991...
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron's response to today's report that he tore his meniscus against Missouri last weekend? "Rumors are rumors...I feel good. Ready to go."
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron continued to wear a knee brace, wide receiver Christion Jones ran routes for the first time this week, plus a couple other observations from Wednesday's practice.
Whether Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron has a slightly torn meniscus or not, he practiced Tuesday and was not limited in any way. However, he was clearly limping in between drills.
There were very few things pretty about the way the University of Missouri Tigers football team played last Saturday against the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide.
In fact, Nick Saban's led team dominated Mizzou physically from the first whistle until the last.
A display of that dominance came on a play in the closing minutes where Alabama linebacker LaMichael Fanning...