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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – With Alabama leading 8-6, Tennessee scored four runs in the eighth inning en route to a 10-8 victory over the Crimson Tide in the opening game of a three-game Southeastern Conference series on Friday night from Lindsey Nelson Stadium. With the loss, Alabama falls to 9-17 overall and 1-6 in SEC play. Tennessee improves to 16-10 and 3-4 in conference play.

Trent Richardson destroys a Browns scout

He’s still not 100% following knee surgery, but Trent Richardson still showcased his obscene amount of athletic ability at Alabama’s Pro Day on Thursday. His forty times haven’t been blazing, but he’s certainly not in top form, either. One thing that does appear to be in top form, however, is his blocking (or at least [...]

State of Alabama struggles, Saban gets richer

What do you give the highest paid college football coach in the nation? Well, if you are defending national champion Alabama, you give him a raise. In the midst of a spring practice that, by all accounts, is going well, Nick Saban received a contract extension with an immediate bump in salary to 5.3 million, an increase of 550,000 over what he would have made in 2012 under his old...

Richardson Shows Stuff To Scouts

On March 7, Alabama had its Pro Day, and every NFL team had scouts and/or coaches in Tuscaloosa to look at prospective former Crimson Tide players in anticipation of the NFL draft in late April. But because three Bama players were unable to participate on March 7, the Crimson Tide hosted Pro Day II Thursday.

Alabama Makes Nick Saban Highest Paid Coach

Alabama Makes Nick Saban Highest Paid Coach Alabama has rewarded Nick Saban for his second national title in three years with a contract extension that now makes him the highest paid coach in college football. Saban received a 2-year contract extension through 2020 and a $550,000 raise per season which makes his new base salary a whopping $5.3 million. That makes him the highest...

Tide Baseball Hopes To Surprise Vols

If you like surprises, watch the Alabama baseball team. In some games, the Crimson Tide comes up with great pitching and defense. In some games, Bama comes up with fine hitting. What would be a pleasant surprise would be for the team to put them together on a consistent basis.

Compliment Back: Saban To Calipari

Alabama Coach Nick Saban is considered to be somewhat focused, and on a day when his Crimson Tide had its first football scrimmage of the spring, it was a bit of a surprise that Saban acknowledged NCAA basketball has reached the Final Four.

Pro Day Tour: Alabama's Big Day

All eyes were on Courtney Upshaw, Mark Barron and Trent Richardson, but Alabama wasn't the only pro day of note for the Packers.

Alabama running back Trent Richardson sent a Browns scout flying

Alabama running back Trent Richardson pancaked a Browns scout at his pro day this week. Every time you check your email, think -- gotta check Bob's Blitz. Follow us on Twitter. Subscribe, or... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

McCarron Hits Scrimmage Passes

AJ McCarron completed three touchdown passes, field goal kickers were on target, and Alabama defensive backs intercepted three passes as highlights of the Crimson Tide’s first scrimmage on Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Alabama Football Has Opportunities

Who would have dreamed that the Alabama football team – 2011 national champion and picked by many to repeat in 2012 – would be the land of playing time opportunity? Following the first scrimmage of spring practice, Crimson Tide Coach Nick Saban said “A lot of guys have opportunities.”
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