Posted October 30, 2012 on
It may be hard to believe, but even as Alabama continues as the nation’s number one college football team, some Crimson Tide fans are grumbling. Barrett Jones has heard the complaints. Never mind that Alabama is averaging over 214 yards per game rushing, some Tide fans don't like where the rushing is done: up the middle.
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Nick Saban turned 61 on Halloween and took a reporter along with him for the day. He did make one surprising revelation about the day.
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Happy birthday, Nick Saban…you might want to get that growth removed before the weekend Today is Halloween. Today is also Nick Saban’s birthday. these two things are mutually exclusive and totally independent of each other…but the Devil appreciates the irony nonetheless. To celebrate this joyous occasion, and in anticipation of the Alabama/LSU game this weekend, some...
The Wikipedia entry for the Alabama Crimson Tide football team appears to have some technical inaccuracies. It talks about Paul “Bear” Bryant and their Heisman winner Mark Ingram. The part that seems technically inaccurate is as follows:
Recently, the Alabama Crimson Tide made history again, by becoming the first college football program to win both a BCS National Championship...
QUICK HITS: Alabama head coach Nick Saban discussed LSU's pass rush, how his offensive line will deal with it, Tigers' quarterback Zach Mettenberger and more at his Wednesday night press conference.
Quarterback AJ McCarron wore his knee brace again, wide receiver Amari Cooper was the most active he's been all week, and some other observations from Wednesday afternoon's Alabama practice.
Maybe the force-field that has shielded the end zone the past two times Alabama and LSU have tangled won't be quite so powerful Saturday night.
The top-ranked Crimson Tide and No. 5 Tigers smacked into it in last season's two meetings at various points on the field, crossing the goal line only once between them.
Alabama especially has been forced to attempt a cascade of...
This game has some serious high stakes this year as there are National Championship game implications, yet again. This Trailer, created by an LSU fan, is well-crafted and certainly makes you excited for this massive game this weekend. Something tells me that even though LSU is motivated, it probably won’t be enough to beat the machine that is the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Alabama has outstanding performances by a number of players each week, which is why the Crimson Tide has an 8-0 record and is ranked number one in the nation. The Southeastern Conference, though, must spread the honors around, so all worthy Bama players can't be honored by the conference each week.
Just because it's LSU week doesn't mean Alabama will change its mindset or message. The Crimson Tide is treating this Saturday just like any other.
Ouachita junior WR Cameron Sims is being recruited by both LSU and Alabama, and the 6-4, 195-pound playmaker will be in attendance Saturday when the Tigers and Crimson Tide lock horns in Baton Rouge.