Found October 22, 2013 on
Fun fact: Alabama fans like elephants on their cakes. A little while ago, we showed you this ridiculous birthday cake featuring an elephant with its nice houndstooth fedora — now we have a special Crimson Tide groom’s cake, although this one is a bit scarier. Just in time for the matchup with the Vols this week, this cake features an elephant sitting on a Tennessee football player: @TidalTowel front of my groom’s cake pic.twitter.com/Vw13k8Kla1 — Freakzilla (@faisalnator) October 22, 2013 Back of my groom’s cake for Tenn week roll TIDE pic.twitter.com/FxtMmebWEf — Freakzilla (@faisalnator) October 22, 2013 I guess we’ll find out this weekend if Alabama will really squash Tennessee — the Volunteers are currently four touchdown underdogs in Tuscaloosa.
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Players celebrate their upset victory over No. 11 South Carolina Saturday afternoon with fans. (Photo Credit: timesfreepress)
Saturday was a huge step in the right direction for first-year head coach Butch Jones’ Tennessee football team. With their first win over a top 25 opponent since 2009 it was clear to see Saturday this “Team 117,” has made major strides towards improving...
Daniel McCullers sacks South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw in Saturday’s upset victory over the Gamecocks. (Photo Credit: usatoday.com)
Last season Tennessee Volunteers head coach Derek Dooley thought it might be a good idea to change up Tennessee’s defensive scheme. Before the season came to its conclusion he was fired.
While the Vols had one of the most lethal offenses in...
It didn't take long after the season started for many people to start calling for Mack Brown's job in Austinagain.
One fan started selling "Saban 2014" T-shirts after the Longhorns 1-2 start in reference to Texas possibly luring Nick Saban away from Alabama. There are even websites to help promote the idea.
One report revealed in Sept. that a Texas regent had...
What more can AJ McCarron do to become a firt round pick? After all, the guy has won three national titles and is working for a fourth, has broken numerous records in both Alabama and SEC record books, and leads the nation in passing efficiency.
McCarron has had an incredible four years at Alabama, and in my opinion should be a first round pick. Here’s why:
Nick Saban with acolyte A.J. McCarron.
Tennessee has yet to beat Alabama since Nick Saban came to Tuscaloosa to coach the Crimson Tide. The Volunteer football program has been a disaster during the Saban era, and is now going through its third coach since Phillip Fulmer was fired in 2008.
Still, the Vols are 4-3 under first-year head coach Butch Jones, and are coming off...
Texas may be looking for a new coach at the end of the season. If so, the popular choice is Nick Saban and the Alabama fans may help make that happen.
Some teams have been having attendance issues of late--even the defending national champions. You would think that fans would be behind the Alabama football team having made winning the national championship...
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Alabama safety Vinnie Sunseri is out for the season with a knee injury.
Coach Nick Saban said Monday that Sunseri will have surgery on his left knee Tuesday. He declined to give specifics of the injury except that he had ligament damage.
"Vinnie's done a great job for us," Saban said. "He's an outstanding player and really good person...
Alabama has been having a football attendance problem all season, as crazy as that sounds. The program that currently wins more than any other in college football can get fans to show up to games, but has a hard time keeping those fans in their seats for four quarters, particularly the students.
Earlier this season, Alabama started a “Play For Four, Stay For Four” campaign, and...
A.J McCarron. Photo via AL.com
What does the Alabama-Tennessee rivalry game mean to Crimson Tide starting quarterback A.J. McCarron? Not much, apparently, as a recent interview with AL.com would indicate.
another school. I don't think about them any more than I do anybody else,"
McCarron said. "Just another week, another game. That's the...
By Riley Blevins
Tennessee players scattered into lines covering the practice field just as they do every day.
Once the lines were uniform, Butch Jones whistle shrieked.
Red! players shouted in unison.
The whistle blared again.
As players faced the media post-practice Tuesday, they discussed their upcoming game against the red team. Not Alabama.
Alabama Coach Nick Saban knows what it will take before Saturday for the Crimson Tide to be ready to take on an improving Tennessee team. He is not particularly interested in the post-game tradition.