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Alabama Crimson Tide defensive tackle Jesse Williams caused quite a stir when he reportedly bench pressed 600 pounds.
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The 320-pound lineman from Australia blew up Twitter with his achievement.
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No doubt the Crimson Tide are going to be popular in 2012's college football odds among the masses. They may have lost some key pieces from last season, but this team is always stacked on offense and especially on defense, meaning the rest of the SEC is likely in store for another world of hurt.
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Alabama will be heading in to the 2012 College football season as defending National Champions and D.J Fluker will have 2 National Championships rings in his possession. Fluker was a redshirt in 2009 when the Crimson Tide took down Texas to win the BCS National Championship. Fluker has become a dominant...
The Alabama Crimson Tide just continue to pump out content to publish. This “Sugar Bush Squirrel” is another perfect example of that. This is a living squirrel that takes pictures in Alabama gear. Let me go ahead and repeat that. This is a LIVING squirrel that takes pictures in Alabama gear. He’s got accessories too. I’m pretty sure that is either a mini light saber from...
Although many thought the last time Barrett Jones suited up for Alabama could be the last time ever, Jones is back in Tuscaloosa and ready to "Roll Tide." Fresh off a BCS National Championship win, Jones talks Tide football and the upcoming season.