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Everyone's a critic.
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley becomes the latest person in the state to second-guess Alabama head football coach Nick Saban's playcalling in the loss to Texas A&M. (al.com)
No good deed goes unpunished.
The SEC's admission of Texas A&M and Missouri to its ranks this season may have in the end cost the conference its chokehold on the BCS title. (AP via The Boston Herald)
Twelve more years! Twelve more years!
ESPN reaches a deal with the SEC and Big 12 for the rights to the Sugar Bowl for the next 12 years. (ChuckOliver.net)
Do as I say, not as I do. John Adams wonders if Tennessee would attempt to swipe a first-year HC from another school to replace Derek Dooley the way USC swiped Lane Kiffin away from the Vols. (The Knoxville News Sentinel)
Double trouble triple threat?
Georgia faces two tweeks of the triple option offense agsainst Georgia Southern and Georgia Tech. (The Athens Banner-Herald)
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Robert Bentley, the Governor of Alabama, took time out of his hectic gubernatorial work schedule to question Nick Saban's play-calling in Alabama's loss to Texas A&M.
The Alabama Crimson Tide lost their first game since November 5th of 2011 last weekend to the Texas A&M Aggies and their Heisman candidate quarterback Johnny Manziel. Now people are questioning Nick Saban and his play-calling. Even the Governor of Alabama, Robert Bentley seems to think Saban didn’t know what he was doing when he allowed AJ McCarron to pass the ball from the...
Notebook: Head coach Nick Saban thinks offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeir is "doing fine" in his first year at Alabama despite many questioning his play calls on the final drive of last week's loss to Texas A&M.
Now it's out of Alabama's hands.
The fourth-ranked Crimson Tide have not only lost that aura of invincibility that seemed to surround Nick Saban's team through eight games and the final two minutes against LSU, but surrendered control of their fate in the national title derby. No. 9 Texas A&M made sure of that with Johnny Manziel's dazzling performance and a...
After a tough two-week stretch, the fourth-ranked Crimson Tide must refocus, regroup and regain its identity Saturday against an FCS opponent. As head coach Nick Saban said this week, "I don’t think that we need to be worried about who we’re playing as much as we need to worry about how we’re playing."
Four-star TE Jacory Washington, ranked No. 3 in the nation (among 2014 prospects) at his position, visited Tuscaloosa on Saturday as the Crimson Tide hosted Texas A&M. Get his reaction to that game, find out what Coach Nick Saban had to say, and hear about where he'll visit next (LSU)...
After suffering a stunning upset loss at home to Texas A&M last weekend, Alabama has likely erased its national championship hopes for the 2012 season. As you may know, the people of Alabama take their football kind of seriously. Fans have not reacted well to the loss to the Aggies. Neither has the governor of Alabama.
Earlier this week, Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley was asked...
Quinton Patton La. Tech Today is the release of the College Football Universe Offense All-America Team and my official nominations for the FWAA All-America Team. Special teams players are included as well. Even though the SEC had the most players listed with six (two on special teams). There are no skill players from the SEC listed as an All-American other than in special team...
Western Carolina coach Mark Speir has dealt with some of the challenges Alabama faced in recent years as the team everyone badly wants to beat.
It makes Saturdays that much harder, if decidedly less daunting than taking a 1-9 Football Championship Subdivision team to face the fourth-ranked Crimson Tide (9-1), which is coming off its first loss of the season.
Speir was an assistant...