Posted December 11, 2011 on
Alabama and LSU continue to wage epic recruiting battles in the Bayou State, and the Crimson Tide landed a big fish last week when Bastrop four-star prospect Denzel Devall committed to head coach Nick Saban following an in-home visit.

Trent Richardson says he’s undecided, sounds ready for NFL draft

Alabama running back Trent Richardson says he hasn’t decided yet whether he’ll return to school or enter the NFL draft. But he sounds like he expects to be a pro next year. In an interview on SportsCenter this morning, Richardson noted that he’s already close to earning his degree from Alabama, which he said was…

Alabama's Fluker says he'll pass on NFL draft

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) Alabama right tackle D.J. Fluker says he will return for his senior season.

Alabama Has Most On Writers’ Team

Alabama leads the way in selections for the Football Writers Association of America All-America Team as five Crimson Tide players were name to the squad, which was selected for the 68th year. The Southeastern Conference dominated the team with 10 players, twice as many as the next highest from any league, five from the Big 12.

Fluker On Record Regarding Pro Plans

This is the time of year when once upon a time the greatest interests among Alabama fans were the national championship and bowl game and recruiting. These days an additional topic is that of which underclassmen will leave the Crimson Tide to try the National Football League.

Tide Basketball Hosts Detroit

Alabama Coach Anthony Grant said, “For our guys it will be good to play again.” The question is, will his guys play good. Because of the way the Crimson Tide played in its last game, Grant said, there is an anxiousness to have another chance.

Basketball: JaMychal Green's 21 finish Alabama tailspin

JaMychal Green scored 21 points and No. 16 Alabama rebounded from a two-game losing streak to beat Detroit 62-54 on Sunday night.

Green helps No. 16 Alabama bounce back (AP)

JaMychal Green scored 21 points and No. 16 Alabama rebounded from a two-game losing streak to beat Detroit 62-54 on Sunday night. Tony Mitchell added 15 points and freshman Nick Jacobs chipped in 13 in his first start for the Crimson Tide (8-2), which returned to a more characteristic defensive form after losses to Georgetown and at Dayton.

2011-2012 Biased Bowl Season Picks!

You got tired of waiting for ST's bowl picks, and Nick Saban did too. When it comes to watching college football, I’m not going to lie. I don’t watch every game. Not even close. Do you know how many games there are? Millions* (*There are not actually a million college football games per season) So the best I can do is just give you quick rapid fire judgements...

M. Basketball. Men's Basketball Returns Home to Face Detroit

The No. 16/15 University of Alabama men's basketball team returns to Coleman Coliseum to host Detroit in a Sunday evening contest. Tipoff on ESPNU and the radio affiliates of the Crimson Tide Sports Network is scheduled for 5 p.m.

Coaching Carousel: Jim McElwain to Colorado State

Jim McElwain/Courtesy:, we know why now former Alabama Offensive Coordinator Jim McElwain backed out of coaching at Memphis last week.It's because he was named today (Monday) as the head coach at Colorado State.McElwain replaces Steve Fairchild who was let go at the end of the season. Colorado State was 3-9 in each of the last 3-seasons and...

College basketball roundup: No. 16 Alabama beats Detroit Mercy, 62-54

JaMychal Green scored 21 points, and No. 16 Alabama beat Detroit Mercy, 62-54, on Sunday, ending the Titan's two-game win streak.
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