Found July 03, 2013 on
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron has won multiple national titles, but what are the chances he hoists the Heisman Trophy in 2013?
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Alabama Crimson Tide defensive coordinator Kirby Smart killed a rather large snake and then posed for picture with it. I’m sure plenty of crazy football fans will now debate whether this is a good or a bad omen for the Crimson Tide’s football season next year. [@marccourville]
I was the one who worried about AJ McCarron circa 2009. He and Saban always seemed to clash. They butted heads in the way a rogue son collides with his over-bearing father.
I mean, remember the spanking incident of 2010?
Saban Spanks McCarron
Oh but how far we’ve come.
On Wednesday, ESPN’s Brock Haurd announced his top five list of college quarterbacks… and yes, AJ McCarron...
AJ McCarron (Photo by: Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images)
Ever since Alabama’s star running back, Mark Ingram, won the Crimson Tide’s first ever Heisman trophy in 2009, the Tide has been on the quest for its second Heisman. This year it might be someone on offense other than the running backs who will be getting some valuable attention: A.J. McCarron. As the Tide’s starting quarterback...
No. 120 South Alabama Jaguars (2-11) Coach Joey Jones (fifth season, 28-22 at South Alabama and overall) Returning starters: 18, 9 offense, 8 defense, 1 special teams Recruiting rank: 96 Strength of schedule: 109 Entering their fifth season of football, the South Alabama Jaguars are now a full-fledged FBS member, eligible for postseason play. But don't expect a bowl game for...
Okay, the Saban Center for Middle East Policy has zero to do with the head football coach at Alabama. Which is probably a good thing, as Saban had a little bit of a problem with handling Syrians last season.
(via @marctorrence HT: @NAWTADIGM)