Kevin Norwood will be the newest wide out option in Seattle.
With their latest pick in the fourth round, the six-foot-two, 198-pound receiver from Alabama, Norwood will be ready to go as the best route runner taken in day three. His 4.48 forty and 4.32 shuttle are both respectable at this point as well.
Norwood’s worked in a pro style offense with a quarterback in A.J. McCarron...
…WR Kevin Norwood from Alabama. Once again, Schneider appears to have snagged a potential diamond on day three. Norwood is 6’2″ and has respectable speed (~4.44 seconds in the forty), but more importantly he has a reputation as a clutch receiver with great hands and impeccable route-running. The guy has a brain on him, too — he didn’t just finish his bachelor’s...
Their sunburns were badges of honor. Evidence that they had listened when their favorite football coach told them to stay. Because when Nick Saban says stay- you stay.
One week after Nick Saban scolded Alabama fans for leaving home games early (particularly the Georgia State game) and the school banned block seating for a week, the Tide faithful decided to actually be allegiant,...
Alabama Crimson Tide remain No.1 for the 10th straight week after scoring late to beat LSU 21-17 while the Oregon Ducks stayed at the No. 2 spot in the country for the seventh straight week after beating Southern California 62-51.
Kansas State beat Oklahoma State 44-30 to remain No. 3, and Notre Dame stays at No. 4 after barely getting by Pittsburgh 29-26 in three overtimes.
The final score didn't impress Alabama wide receiver Kevin Norwood.
Norwood says the top-ranked Crimson Tide's 35-0 win over Western Kentucky on Saturday might look good to the fans ''but we know that deep down inside we didn't play our best.''
He says that performance won't be good enough in the Southeastern Conference opener at unranked Arkansas...
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September 09, 2012
Alabama and Michigan both hold lofty spots on college football's traditional hierarchy. They've seldom shared the field, though.
Two of the nation's winningest programs will clash in a rare meeting in Saturday night's season opener at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
The second-ranked Crimson Tide and No. 8 Wolverines have combined for 1,709 wins and 25 national...
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August 27, 2012