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Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SWRT roundup of SEC news.
Getting squared away about Alabama-Texas A&M.
Alabama defensive end Damion Square, a native of Houston, Tx., discusses Texas A&M, which happens to be the Crimson Tide's opponent this Saturday. (al.com)
I'm not Johnny Manziel, but I play him in Alabama practices.
Alabama second team quarterback Blake Sims gets the dubious honor of playing the role of Texas A&M starting QB Johnny Manziel in practice. (al.com)
Closer to the Edge.
Roll 'Bama Roll looks Alabama and Georgia nudging ever so closer to meeting in the SEC title game in Atlanta.
Four Unlawful Carnak Knowledge.
As Alabama and Texas A&M's first meeting as SEC opponents on Saturday draws closer, Brent Zwerneman looks at the Tide and Aggies' previous four meetings. 'Bama won three of the games, with the Aggies' only win coming in the 1968 Cotton Bowl. (The Houston Chronicle)
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AJ McCarron’s Mom, saving the low cut v necks for sweeps week
Thanks to a low cut dress and the careful hands of a cosmetic surgeon, AJ McCarron’s mom, Dee Dee Bonner, has become something of an internet celebrity as of late. To capitalize on that new found fame, a local Mobile tv station brought her in to discuss the emotions surrounding Alabama’s win in Baton Rouge this...
According to Out Kick the Coverage, this photo was taken in Nashville, Tennessee, further showing that fans of the Crimson Tide stretch all across the country, and that their classiness knows no bounds. You can’t overlook the unreal pair of Jorts the guy is rocking either.Here is another photo that was allegedly taken in a Wal Mart in Alabama. I can honestly say that I’m...
It’s no secret that today is election day and I’m sure your Facebook and Twitter feeds have been filled with nothing but political opinions. Well, an Alabama fan (@JonChumbler) decided to change that for us. He wrote in Nick Saban (The Alabama Crimson Tide Head Football Coach) and Jay Seawell (The Alabama Crimson Tide Head Golf Coach). Maybe it’s time for a change in a country...
Our Google traffic for ‘AJ McCarron Mom’ and ‘Dee Dee Bonner’ searches has been going nuts ever since Saturday when cameras caught the Bama QB crying and hugging his parents after the LSU game. It was Dee Dee’s big coming out party, but you guys know Ms. Bonner has been a BC favorite since mid-October.
The big news today is that Dee Dee is now doing local Alabama news...
It was just over a month ago that Alabama head football coach Nick Saban stated some issues he had with the no-huddle offense. They included concerns about player safety. During his weekly press conference on Monday, Saban tried to walk back his comments after being asked by a reporter about them.
"I think everybody misinterpreted
what I said about no-huddle,"...
In what is being called the “Rally in Death Valley”, Alabama beat LSU Saturday night 21-17 on a TJ Yeldon TD catch from AJ McCarron. The good folks over at RollOnToVictory have put together a compilation video of Bama fans celebrating the win. Here is their description: “From living rooms out of state to the The post Video: Alabama Victory Celebration Compilation appeared first...
Texas A&M sits as the last major regular-season obstacle for No. 1 Alabama as it marches towards a potential second consecutive BCS title game. The two programs meet for the first time since 1988 on at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday.
Alabama, which is coming off an emotional 21-17 win at LSU last Saturday, are listed as 13.5-point favorites over the dangerous Aggies in this...
No. 1 Alabama faces two major challenges this week.
The Crimson Tide must come back to earth from their last-minute win against No. 9 LSU and then get ready to host No. 15 Texas A&M and its high-flying offense.
Saban said Monday games like the LSU contest ''can bring out either the best in you or the worst in you. It's all your choice.''
He does his part...
The Crimson Tide remains atop the polls after coming back to beat LSU 21-17 in Death Valley Saturday. But there was a bit of a shakeup among the teams that make up the rest of the Top 10.
It's been a sobering two weeks for Mississippi State's football team.
Consecutive lopsided losses to Alabama and Texas A&M have erased most of the momentum from an impressive 7-0 start to the season. Now the No. 22 Bulldogs (7-2, 3-2 Southeastern Conference) must recover quickly and get ready for a night game at Death Valley against No. 9 LSU (7-2, 3-2).