Posted October 01, 2012 on
Alabama starting wide receiver DeAndrew White and running back Dee Hart are out for the season with knee injuries, so who will step up in their absence?
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The Alabama Crimson Tide took a knock today when head coach Nick Saban announced that as predicted that they will be without both deep threat DeAndrew White and running back Dee Hart for the remainder of the year.
“The MRI indicated that both Dee and DeAndrew sustained knee injuries that will require surgery and they will be out for the year,” Saban said in a statement.
No. 1 Alabama has lost wide receiver DeAndrew White and running
back Dee Hart for the season.
No. 1 Alabama has a breather before starting on its toughest stretch of the season.
The Crimson Tide enjoys an open date after five double-digit wins. Alabama returns with a five-week stretch of Southeastern Conference games that includes road trips to Missouri, Tennessee and No. 4 LSU.
Visiting Bryant-Denny Stadium are No. 20 Mississippi State and Texas A&M.
Alabama lost wide receiver DeAndrew White and running back Dee Hart to season-ending knee injuries Saturday. Has the Crimson Tide figured out who will take their respective spots yet?
You may have noticed that the Alabama Crimson Tide disposed of Ole Miss with very little trouble on Saturday, 33-14. Head coach, Nick Saban, wanted to make certain that the team didn’t over look Ole Miss, simply because they are, Ole Miss. And while many believe that Bammer could just sleepwalk through games, it isn’t [...]
Alabama is a unanimous No. 1 and LSU slipped another spot in The Associated Press college football poll.
The Crimson Tide received all 60 first-place votes for the first time this season. The Tigers had a second straight sketchy performance, this time against Towson, and dropped a spot for the second consecutive week.
LSU won 38-22 at home against the FCS opponent Saturday night...
Brian Downing, the so-called "Alabama Teabagger," has plead guilty to charges of "two counts of obscenity for sexually taunting an unconscious LSU fan in a
Bourbon Street restaurant after the BCS national title game in January."
"A video that went viral on the Internet appeared to show someone in a
University of Alabama jacket performing a simulated...
Wide receiver Amari Cooper caught eight passes for 84 yards and two touchdowns in Alabama's 33-14 win over Ole Miss Saturday night. Coach Nick Saban said he's been waiting for the true freshman to have a breakout game, and he finally did.
After Alabama beat Ole Miss 33-14 Saturday, head coach Nick Saban said the key to victory was forcing turnovers. The Crimson Tide has 15 takeaways so far season and rank third nationally in turnover margin.
Notebook: Alabama head coach Nick Saban said there’s “lots of catching up to do” during the team's bye week.
The Rebels certainly provided the Crimson Tide with their biggest challenge so far this season, offensively and defensively. But Alabama was able to respond to adversity and heads into the bye week with a clean 5-0 record.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Ole Miss had No. 1 Alabama right where it wanted the Crimson Tide. Down. The first deficit for Alabama all season.
After beating Ole Miss 33-14 Saturday night, the Crimson Tide is holding steady atop the AP and Coaches' polls.
Alabama has now opened the season with at least five consecutive wins in five straight seasons, the first time in storied Crimson Tide history that Bama has put together such a streak.