Found February 27, 2012 on Inside the Bills:
Alabama pass rusher Courtney Upshaw never said he would run when he spoke with the media on Saturday at the NFL Combine. Now here on workout day for the defensive linemen and linebackers he has chosen not to run in the 40. “I’m eager to go do the linebacker drills and showcase those drills and execute those drills,” he said. ”I’m a competitor and I’m ready to compete.” But Upshaw chose to stay in his sweats and will obviously run the 40 at his pro day in Tuscaloosa on March 7th. It’s expected that Upshaw will do the linebacker position drills as he tries to display the versatility to play OLB in a 3-4 in addition to being a DE in a 4-3.

Knee surgery aside, RB Richardson ready for draft

Former Alabama star Trent Richardson isn't the type to shrink from a challenge. So the Doak Walker Award winner as college football's top running back would've preferred to run and work out at the NFL

Things are looking up for Green, Alabama

The fortunes of Alabama and JaMychal Green have certainly taken a turn for the better. The Crimson Tide has used a three-game winning streak to fortify its once-fading NCAA tournament hopes going into Wednesday night's game against Auburn. Green, meanwhile, is expected to return to the starting lineup and will be the lone senior honored before his finale at Coleman Coliseum...

Alabama Baseball Completes Sweep

Alabama pitchers didn’t get a third straight shutout, but the Crimson Tide did get a third consecutive baseball victory as Bama completed a sweep of the Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions on Sunday at Sewell-Thomas Stadium.

SEC defenders renew rivalry at NFL combine

Defensive players at Alabama and LSU are preparing for Round 3 of their rivalry. This time, they're battling in Indianapolis, home of the NFL's annual scouting combine, and the winners won't take home a trophy but a bigger paycheck. Alabama's corner includes linebacker Courtney Upshaw, cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick and safety Mark Barron - all possible first-round...

Tide Women Beaten At Vanderbilt

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Alabama women’s basketball team dropped a 67-54 decision at No. 24 Vanderbilt on Sunday in the regular season finale. With the loss, the Crimson Tide drops to 12-18 overall and 2-14 against Southeastern Conference opponents, while the Commodores move to 21-8 on the season and 9-7 versus league foes.

Back To Winning, Tide Hosts Jaguars

Each week, Southeastern Conference baseball teams nominate players for weekly honors. There’s a pitcher and a position player and a freshman. In Alabama’s case, the Crimson Tide had three nominees, but only two players.

DL official times

Earlier in the day we brought you some unofficial times for defensive ends. The officials are now in. Here are some of the more noteworthy talents. Keep in mind that Alabama’s Courtney Upshaw is in the LB position group and has yet to run. Bruce Irvin – WVa – 4.5 Nick Perry – USC – 4.64 Whitney Mercilus – Illinois – 4.68 Andre Branch – Clemson – 4.7 Quinton Coples...

Two Alabama prospects check in to say funny and amazing things…

Two top-notch Alabama prospects met with the media yesterday at the NFL Combine, and neither of the coach Nick Saban products talked about the Patriots. Go figure. DL Josh Chapman said he didn’t know coach Bill Belichick, and OLB Courtney Upshaw said he didn’t watch the Patriots defense on TV, even though it’s so similar to Bama’s system. Oh well. But both talks were noteworthy...
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