Found April 07, 2013 on Gamedayr:
The Alabama Crimson Tide took to the field for their first scrimmage of the year, but they did not impress Nick Saban at all.

DeAndrew White Is On Comeback Road

Remember DeAndrew White? The wide receiver from Houston who had proved as a prep star that he was not only good, but that he was fast? In Alabama’s fifth game of the season last year, White caught his eighth pass of the year on Bama’s first possession in what would be a 33-14 win over Ole Miss. On the next play he was injured.

Brown picks 'Bama

Alabama landed one of its top sophomore targets on Saturday evening, as Mekhi Brown pulled the trigger to Nick Saban and company while visiting Tuscaloosa.

Turnbull Pitches Tide Past Hogs

Alabama sophomore right-handed pitcher Spencer Turnbull extended his scoreless innings streak to 29 2/3 innings after throwing seven scoreless against No. 9 Arkansas, leading the Crimson Tide to a 5-0 Southeastern Conference victory on Saturday afternoon from Sewell-Thomas Stadium.

Don Draper missed out on a great Cotton Bowl

Don Draper missed one heck of a moment in college football history. I’m a big fan of the show Mad Men, which aired the latest season premiere Sunday night. In the episode we see our favorite ad man Don Draper share an elevator ride with someone who works in his office that he barely recognizes. It turns out this employee of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, Bob Benson in accounts,...
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