The most stunning box score of the 2014-15 men’s basketball season was published this evening.
And, actually, it was a halftime box score. It read: Kentucky 41, UCLA 7. The No. 1-ranked Wildcats had more blocks (eight) than the Bruins did points.
Everyone was surprised. Even Alabama coach Nick Saban, who’s quite familiar with blowouts.
Nick Saban on the Kentucky-UCLA halftime...
Students attending the Tuscaloosa Academy now have extra incentive to root for their beloved Alabama football team against Ohio State Jan. 1.
If the No. 1-ranked Crimson Tide defeat the No. 4-ranked Buckeyes in their College Football Playoff semifinal game in New Orleans, the Tuscaloosa Academy, a private, pre-kindergarten through 12th grade “college preparatory school”, will...
If you want to make Urban Meyer uncomfortable, ask him about his coaching ability and how it compares to his peers.
The Buckeyes’ 50-year-old leader does not like stacking himself up against the coaches he faces, as proven Friday morning on The Dan Patrick Show.
Meyer, whose No. 4 Ohio State team is set to face No. 1 Alabama in the Sugar Bowl Jan. 1, discussed a number of...
Ohio State star Joey Bosa recalls his first visit with Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Nick Saban took time on Saturday to watch his Alabama players graduate during the winter commencement ceremony.
Nick Saban made sure to enjoy graduation time at the University of Alabama.
When it comes to ingratiating himself to highly coveted recruit, Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban apparently is willing to lay it all on the line, up to and including feasting upon relatively unconventional menu items. CeCe Jefferson, a highly touted defensive end out of Glen Saint Mary, Fla., claims that Saban dined upon...Read More
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Nick Saban will apparently do — or at least taste — anything to get a recruit. Saban visited five-star defensive end CeCe Jefferson today, and apparently Jefferson convinced Alabama’s head coach to do something he’s never done before: eat gator tail.
Coach and I.had a great visit! pic.twitter.com/9e0ybrhYNA
— CeCe Jefferson (@cecejeferson7) December 10, 2014
The Alabama Crimson Tide bring Nick Saban his fourth SEC Championship after beating the Missouri Tigers 42-13.The Crimson Tide came up huge behind Blake Sims, who passed for 262 yards and two touchdowns. Amari Cooper had a strong game with twelve receptions for eighty-three yards; as usual Cooper was the focal point of the Tide’s passing attack. Although the wide receiver with...
After Alabama put up 33 or more points in each of its first four games of the season, Nick Saban lashed out at the media for criticizing his decision to hire Lane Kiffin as offensive coordinator. Alabama was throwing the ball more this season than it ever has, but the Tide got more conservative against...Read More