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In last Saturday’s Alabama football scrimmage, upcoming sophomore wide receiver Amari Cooper had six receptions for 108 yards and four touchdowns. That sounded vaguely familiar. Ah! Alabama vs. Notre Dame: Amari Cooper six catches for 105 yards and two touchdowns.
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The University of Alabama made Nick Saban the highest paid head coach and Kirby Smart the highest paid defensive coordinator in college football on Tuesday, reports ESPN.com. Saban will make
Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart is receiving a hefty raise while boss Nick Saban's salary is staying put.
University trustees on Tuesday approved a three-year deal that would be worth $3.85 million for Smart. Saban's terms and salary remained the same except for performance bonuses changed to reflect a four-team playoff that will start in two seasons.
The University of Alabama has confirmed that freshman running back Derrick Henry - who was expected to take the load behind T.J. Yeldon in the 2013 season - has fractured his leg in practice, and it out for the remainder of spring practice. We would be pretty surprised if he came back for the first game of the fall, too. Alabama coach Nick Saban said this: "Derrick Henry suffered...
Who knew Alabama QB AJ McCarron was making big moves in the rap game, hanging out with Waka Flocka Flame and what not? We're diggin' it.
Alabama Crimson Tide freshman running back Derrick Henry suffered a fractured tibia during the team's first Spring scrimmage.
The Alabama Crimson Tide landed an important verbal pledge on Tuesday, the day before the start of the men’s college basketball regular signing period. Barton CC (KS) shooting guard Algie Key made a pledge, according to news reported by Evan Daniels of Scout.com. Key is a native of Georgia originally that will have two years of eligibility [...]
The Alabama Crimson Tide kicked it with a familiar friend in President Barack Obama at the White House to celebrate the 2013 national championship.
Alabama’s baseball team needs to keep its eye on the task at hand. There’s nothing to be gained by looking back at the disappointing weekend in which Ole Miss swept the Crimson Tide, nor would it be productive to look ahead to the daunting specter of number two LSU coming to Tuscaloosa this weekend.