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Covering Dixie Like Mildew - SEC news.
And I'm done, done, and I'm on to the next one.
Alabama head football coach is already preparing to defend the Crimson Tide's BCS title for the 2013 college football season. (BamaMag.com)
Yes, Prime Minister.
Alabama senior nose guard Jesse Williams gets to talk to the prime minister of his native Australia on Skype. (al.com)
I have to praise you like I should.
The Memphis Commercial-Appeal celebrates Alabama offensive lineman and hometown heroBarrett Jones.
Top of the Pops.
Texas A&M's Cotton Bowl victory over Oklahoma was the top rated college bowl game of the year. (The Oklahoman)
I'll Stick Around.
Texas A&M offensive tackle Jake Matthews announces that he will return to College Station for his senior season. (Good Bull Hunting)
The Hutson Mason conundrum.
Georgia HC Mark Richt discusses what he plans to do with quarterback Hutson Mason now that Aaron Murray is returning for...
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Alabama Crimson Tide head football coach Nick Saban once drove a Coca-Cola truck to help make ends meet as a graduate assistant early in his coaching career. To congratulate Saban and the University of Alabama for winning their third national championship in four years, Coca-Cola made this commercial to salute "what's possible", featuring the voice of Saban's wife...
Three Alabama juniors (in football eligibility) made what Crimson Tide Coach Nick Saban called “a business decision” Friday. And although it means Bama loses three good players who might have returned to try for a third consecutive national championship, Saban said he supported the decisions of the three to enter this year’s National Football League draft.
Dear Coach Nicholas Lou Saban, Greetings from the warm, sunny beaches of California (I’m actually in a coffee shop, but it’s close enough to the water). By the time you’re reading this, hopefully you’re kicking back, enjoying a sandy beach of your own, and reflecting on your recent achievement of winning back to back championships (three out of four). Hopefully, you’re...
On Monday, the college football season ended with a statement. That statement was made by Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide as they simply destroyed their previously undefeated opponents. Alabama broke the Notre Dame Fighting Irish down in every facet of the game and the game was over just seconds into the second quarter.
Alabama has now won three of the last four...
Alabama has had a couple days to celebrate winning its second national championship in a row and third in four years, but once Nick Saban holds a team meeting this afternoon, the focus turns to next season.
For all that is written about Nick Saban and his lack of personality, you cannot deny the man knows how to win. OK, maybe not in the NFL, but we will forgive him the Miami Mistake. As far as the college game is concerned, he is one of the best. What is odd to me, is that he is personality is brought up more than his style of play."What? You got a problem with 3 championships...
Out of all the national championships he's won in his career at Alabama (three), outgoing senior center Barrett Jones said the hardest one to win was Monday night's against Notre Dame.
The 2012-13 bowl season ended with 35 winners and 35 losers, but not all victories and defeats are created equal.
Alabama and Nick Saban were...
Cooper Bateman is one of the more highly-touted quarterbacks to be brought in during the Nick Saban era, and he begins his Alabama career this month. The No. 5 QB in the class of 2103 chimed in on the latest.
Building a BCS championship team was hard enough for the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Maintaining the gold standard is proving to be the hard part as each year the NFL Draft annually carves up their roster.
According to Al.com Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban supports the decisions of Dee Milliner, Eddie Lacy, D.J. Fluker, all of whom are entering the draft.
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Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. You got a problem with that?
This is how Alabama's world ends.
Team Speed Kills looks at the downfalls of head football coaches such as USC's Pete Carroll and Urban Meyer at Florida to see how Nick Saban's Alabama dynasty of success and domination might come to its eventual end.
I'll Stick Around.
Georgia starting quarterback...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By BY RALPH D. RUSSO AP College Football Writer There is no end in sight, not for Alabama or the Southeastern Conference.
The Crimson Tide made it two straight national championships and three in four years on Monday night. It can be argued that it's the greatest run in college football history, but as with so many things in college football, that'...