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The first round of the 2012 NFL Draft saw four former Crimson Tide players taken and Alabama head coach Nick Saban was on hand to congratulate them all. It was the perfect recruiting ploy executed by Saban. As the draft was taking place, Saban managed to broadcast his face in to the living rooms of
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Rivals did a survey in order to find out what recruits thought about the recruiting process once they signed. The results were pretty interesting. What was most interesting was that Nick Saban was voted the most intimidating coach in all of college football.
Saban’s name came up most often when players mentioned which coach intimidated them. His name often came up as soon as the...
Just what Auburn fan needs at the end of June while waiting for training camp to open – Alabama fan’s version of Call Me Maybe. At what point did Bama fan think it would be a good idea to record himself mouthing Carly Rae Jepsen’s classic? So Greg was just sitting there in his wood paneled double-wide contemplating how to deal with another day of unemployment and busts off...
The college football season is quickly approaching and all eyes will be on the Alabama Crimson Tide, arguably the best team in college football. Although the Tide have lost some key members of the team, most notably Trent Richardson, it is Alabama and head coach Nick Saban, knows how to reload.
As expected the online sportsbook BetOnline has Alabama listed at 5-to-1 to win the...
Mark Ingram has sushi named after him at a Birmingham sushi bar. Mark Ingram is a former Heisman trophy winner of the Alabama Crimson Tide and now of the New Orleans Saints. He is probably best known for his performance in the 2009 BCS National Championship game where he put his two Nike Pro-Combat gloves together to form the “Alabama Crimson Al” right towards the camera.
(Welcome to the Fallout is the SWRT off-season weekend wrap-up of college football related news.)
It's just a flesh wound.
Georgia's dismissal of Isaiah Cromwell following the tailback's arrest on gun-related charges Friday shouldn't hurt the Bulldogs' chances of winning the SEC East. Because Bruce Feldman said so. (CBS Sports)
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