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The man who called into a radio show just over 2 years ago to say that he poisoned the famous oak trees at Toomer’s Corner on the campus of Auburn University, entered a guilty plea at Lee County Circuit Court on Friday and will serve the remaining six months of a three-year jail sentence, according to AL.com. Harvey Updyke is the man who made that phone call to the Paul Finebaum show on January 27, 2011. He claimed his name to be “Al”, and confessed to infecting the oaks with herbicide called Spike 80DF shortly after Auburn came back to defeat Alabama in 2010. He said it was in retaliation of fans of the Auburn Tigers rolling Toomer’s Corner after announcement of former Alabama Crimson Tide head-coach Paul “Bear” Bryant’s death in 1983. He ended the call with “Roll damn Tide!” There is no evidence that this rolling of Toomer’s Corner ever happened. Shortly after the call, authorities began investigating the claim and did find heavy dosage’s of the herbicide to have contaminated the ...
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First Practice: March 16 Spring Game: April 20 So in case you hadn’t heard, this Nick Saban has a pretty good thing going at Alabama. Getting ready to enter his seventh season at the school, Saban has won a whole bunch of ball-games, with five-straight 10+ win seasons, two SEC titles and a ho-hum three National Championships under his belt. (//Cue to Saban yawning, while...
According to Lance Zierlein of TheSidelineView.com, some NFL teams have expressed some concerns over the durability of former Alabama running back Eddie Lacy.
The problem with Lacy is that it feels like his value might be a little inflated based on the last game we saw him play (Notre Dame). There are some long-term durability concerns I’ve heard teams voice about him.
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Alabama head football coach Nick Saban says that picking a successor to outgoing Alabama AD Mal Moore is "not my decision." (al.com)
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Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel will find it hard to repeat as Heisman...
Spring football is the time of year that college football junkies get a short lived fix on their fall addiction. It gives fans the opportunity to study up on new players and a chance to watch their team in action before the long wait for fall. In recent years, spring games have became more of an attraction than in previous seasons. Alabama’s spring game had 78,526 in attendance...
New Alabama Athletics Director Bill Battle says he wants to learn from Nick Saban and implement some of what he does with the football program throughout the athletic department.