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Alabama with Sims and Cooper handle Florida 42-21

Blake Sims had a great afternoon throwing the ball for 445 yards and 4 TDs. Sims’ passing yards were the second-best in Alabama history, and Sims could have had more if not the outright record. Sims went to the Locker room after a brief scare in the third quarter following a 24 yard run. QB Jacob Coker came in for a brief stint and tossed a TD pass to Amari Cooper. Alabama totaled...
Via NCAA Football Zone
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Blake Sims Injures Elbow In Third Quarter Of Game Against Florida

Update: Sims has returned to the field, but it’s not yet known whether he’ll return to the game. He was seen taking practice throws, so it hopefully isn’t too serious of an injury. Good to see Blake Sims back out of the locker room #UFvsBAMA — ESPN SEC (@ESPN_SEC) September 20, 2014 Earlier: Alabama starting quarterback Blake Sims has injured either his shoulder or elbow...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Alabama’s First Offensive Play Goes For 87-Yard TD

After holding the visiting Florida Gators to a three-and-out in the first minute of the game, Blake Sims and the Alabama Crimson Tide offense rolled out onto the field ready to take control, as Sims found running back Kenyan Drake wide open for an 87-yard touchdown pass on their first offensive play of the afternoon. Photo via Yardbarker Check out the video below. Post by Gridiron...
Via Gridiron Grit
10 days ago  |  Discuss

ESPN’s Paul Finebaum, Danny Kanell Say Alabama Can’t Win A National Championship With Blake Sims At QB

ESPN college football analysts Paul Finebaum and Danny Kanell appeared on a “SportsCenter” segment together this afternoon.  Kanell, a former Florida State quarterback, and Finebaum, a popular radio personality and member of the SEC Network’s, were originally discussing their projections for the College Football Playoff.  .@dannykanell ‘s top 4 teams »
Via College Spun
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Alabama vs. Southern Miss – Game Time, TV Schedule, Line, Preview, Predictions

Twitter/@_bsims6 Alabama hasn’t quite looked like its normal powerhouse self through two weeks, but the Tide is 2-0 and there’s a good chance that the first week win over West Virginia looks solid by season’s end. While the quarterback situation is still somewhat unsettled, both contenders. Blake Sims and Jacob Coker, looked sharp in last week’s  41-0 win over FAU. Sims...
Via College Spun
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Blake Sims Praises Jacob Coker’s Play Against Florida Atlantic, Says He Loves Him With All His Heart

There’s a very compelling quarterback battle going on in Tuscaloosa. Both Blake Sims and Jacob Coker received playing time during Alabama’s 41-0 beatdown of Florida Atlantic today, and both performed admirably: Coker went 15-for-24 with 202 yards and a touchdown, while Sims went 11-for-13 with 214 yards and three total touchdowns (two passing, one rushing). After the game, when...
Via College Spun
24 days ago  |  Discuss

West Virginia-Alabama: 5 Things We Learned

Alabama took on West Virginia Saturday in a kickoff game that turned out a lot closer than many had imagined. The Alabama Crimson Tide came in to Atlanta a 26.5 point favorite; however, West Virginia had a different plan in mind. What many people expected to be an Alabama blowout turned out to be a very competitive matchup. We got to see a lot from each of these two teams that could...
Via Football Nation
August 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Alabama to start Blake Sims over Jacob Coker

When the Alabama Crimson Tide open their season against West Virginia, Blake Sims will be their starting quarterback according to CBS Sports. Jeremy Fowler first reported that Alabama has decided to go with Sims over Jacob Coker. Blake Sims will be Alabama’s starting quarterback on Saturday against West Virginia barring any unexpected last-minute changes, according […]
Via Full Scale Sports
August 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Coker or Sims? Who Should and Will Be Alabama's Starter in 2014

As we sit here just about a week until the 2014 college football season starts it’s hard to believe that the number two team in the country, the Alabama Crimson Tide, still do not know who their starting quarterback will be.The Alabama Crimson Tide are about to enter a season without A.J. McCarron for the first time since 2010. The Tide experienced three of their best seasons in...
Via Football Nation
August 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Blake Sims and Jake Coker begin battle to succeed AJ McCarron at Alabama

“With Blake Sims, there are probably some things that he can do as a quarterback that we really don’t feature in this game,” Alabama Coach Nick Saban said after the A-Day spring scrimmage. “For him to be an effective player at his position, in fairness to him, it’s probably good for us to do things like that. We really don’t feature our skill guys very much.” So don’t...
Via The Sports Bank
April 20, 2014  |  Discuss
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