Posted September 13, 2012 on
Alabama head coach Nick Saban was caught off guard when asked if his offensive line was tipping run and pass plays against Western Kentucky.
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On the SEC Coaches Teleconference this morning, Alabama head coach Nick Saban discussed the competition at backup quarterback, why he kept AJ McCarron in the Western Kentucky game until late in the fourth quarter and what he's expecting out of Arkansas this weekend.
We have a light offering for this week's Upset Alert feature, with just three games to watch closely this weekend. We had some good calls last week, correctly calling for three upset bids, although we totally overlooked the possibility that Arkansas would lose at home to Louisiana Monroe. But can Arkansas rebound in a big way this week, at home against the top-ranked...
VIDEO: AJ McCarron discusses why he was unhappy after the Western Kentucky game; Alabama's upcoming SEC matchup with Arkansas.
The University of Alabama baseball team will begin its fall workouts on Wednesday, and the Crimson Tide will have team scrimmages on Thursday and Friday this week at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. During the six weeks of the fall practice schedule, the Tide will have 27 practice days that will include approximately 15 intrasquad opportunities.
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Tennessee's Tyler Bray is "the best quarterback in the country."
Because Bray's Vol teammate, wideout Justin Hunter, said so. (The Knoxville News-Sentinel)
The quarterback shuffle.
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban discusses replacing starting quarterback A.J. McCarron with backup QB Blake...
Remember when Alabama had supposedly trolled LSU by switching their official store merchandise to be all Bama stuff? That was pretty funny even though it apparently wasn’t Bama fans.
Well now LSU fans are having a little fun at Bama’s expense. The website URL LSURejects.com points to the official University of Alabama website and has a title of “BAMA SUCKS”. All the links...
Alabama defeated Western Kentucky, 35-0, last Saturday, which was not a surprise in any respect. But there was a surprising aspect as number one Bama went to 2-0. The Hilltoppers sacked Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron six times.
Arkansas head coach John L. Smith and Alabama head coach Nick Saban used the SEC Teleconference on Wednesday to talk about Tyler Wilson's availability - Smith feeling more optimistic about his chance to play - and other issues regarding this Saturday's game in Fayetteville.