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When Alabama hired Nick Saban as head football coach in 2007, the announcement was not delayed by a contract signing. But making sure to dot every 'i' and cross every 't' Bama delayed until Friday to announce a hiring that had been known by everyone at Alabama and Florida State for some time.
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Marvin Shinn, a former ESPN150 recruit, has decided to transfer from the Alabama Crimson Tide. Where might the redshirt freshman wind up?
Alabama's Nick Saban has hired Billy Napier from Colorado State as wide receivers coach.
Saban announced the hiring on Friday to replace Mike Groh, who left for the Chicago Bears.
Napier worked under then-offensive coordinator Jim McElwain as an offensive analyst for Alabama in 2011. He spent last season working for McElwain as Colorado State's assistant head coach and...
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Alabama dismisses Eddie Williams, Tyler Hayes, D.J. Pettway, and Brent Calloway for their involvement in the alleged robberies of two Alabama students. (ESPN)
'Bama is in the lead in the Fulmer Cup standings. Florida, Texas A&M, and Georgia are also representing...
On March 6th, President Barack Obama will welcome back the BCS National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide for what seems like an annual trip.
The President will honor not only the Tide’s 2012-2013 season, but their off the field efforts of giving back to the community of Tuscaloosa as well.
Alabama football team to be honored for their BCS Championship at the White House next Wednesday...
BATON ROUGE, La. – The Alabama women’s basketball team dropped a 76-42 decision at LSU on Thursday in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center. With the loss, the Crimson Tide slides to 12-16 overall and 2-13 against Southeastern Conference opponents while the Tigers improve to 18-10 on the season and 9-6 in the league.
Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide will be heading to Washington on Wednesday, March 6, to visit with President Barack Obama to be honored for their 2013 BCS National Championship win over Notre Dame. This is Alabama’s third trip in four years to meet the president and visit the White House. In a press release, the White House stated Obama will “continue his tradition...
Alabama has been one of the most dominant forces both on the field and in recruiting over the last handful of years, and it has caused the program to look for talent nationally. The South is still where the bulk of the Crimson Tide comes from, but the state of Texas is quickly becoming a supplement. We detail Alabama’s recent and future doing in the Lone Star State inside.
On Wednesday, March 6, President Barack Obama will welcome the BCS National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide at the White House to honor their 15th national championship and their exceptional 2012-2013 season. I’m sure Crimson Tide at the White House day might have a mention or two of the Tide’s utter destruction of Notre Dame in a title game which ended at the coin flip. The...
Alabama senior Andrew Steele remembers what it was like to play Florida in Gainesville, but he’s excited about the opportunity to take on the nationally-ranked Gators Saturday. “They are 12-3 and we’re 11-4, so we’re not going in there feeling like we’re in over our heads,” Steele said. “We’re going in thinking that we can win.”
Alabama pitchers have been getting strikeouts against Tulane, but the Crimson Tide hasn't been scoring enough runs. As a result, Bama has now lost the series to the Green Wave. One game remains to be salvaged at Sewell-Thomas Stadium on Sunday.
Alabama has offered over 90 class of 2014 prospects thus far in the cycle, with only two committed as the calendar turns to March. Still, the Crimson Tide is in very good shape for some of the best players in America, and BamaMag.com categorizes each and every one in the first edition of “sorting the offers.”
The East preview took place yesterday and can be found here in its natural state, and today we journey through the West, addressing the issues facing each team heading into spring practice.
2012 record: 13-1
Bowl result: National Champions, PAAAWWWLLL
Biggest issues going into the spring: According to Nick Saban, EVERYTHING.
"No one on this...