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WATCH Nick Saban Alabama football team complete Ice Bucket Cha...

Alabama head coach Nick Saban and his Crimson Tide football team completed the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS after practice, Tuesday, August 19, 2014. Big News Network, 2 days ago

Alabama won't make a decision at QB until someone clearly wins job

Alabama head coach Nick Saban isn't happy with the . Saban isn't prepared to name a starting quarterback, and he may not do so before the Crimson Tide takes the field Aug. 30 against the West Virginia Mountaineers in Atlanta. Senior Blake Sims ...
 NBC Sports5 days ago

Alabama Crimson Tide Fall Football Practice Report: Scrimmage #2

The Crimson Tide had their second scrimmage of fall in Bryant-Denny Stadium under a hot August sun. Afterwards, Coach Nick Saban addressed the media and a few filtered stats were released. If you are unfamiliar with The ProcessĀ®, know that Nick ...
 Austin American Statesman5 days ago Alabama Crimson Tide 2014 Fall Football Practice Report: Back To Work  Austin American Statesman2 days ago
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Saban still waiting for a QB to take the bull by the horns

As has been the case since the spring, and especially since the Florida State transfer arrived, Alabama remains the most high-profile FBS team with an open and undecided quarterback competition. And, it appears, that will remain the case for the ...
 NBC Sports1 day ago

2014 MSU Football Opponent Preview: Alabama

MSU will travel to Tuscaloosa to face the Crimson Tide in November. Can the Bulldogs upset Saban's evil empire in 2014? The 2013 Alabama-MSU game was painful. Bama had arguably their worst game of the year in Starkville. A.J. McCarron threw for ...
 Austin American Statesman2 days ago

NCAA countdown: Big 12 power at No. 10

The last time Alabama lost a major bowl, it ran off three of the next four national championships, creating a dynasty nearly unmatched in the history of college football. The last time Oklahoma won a major bowl, on the other hand, the Sooners lost ...
 USA Today9 minutes ago

SEC coaches describe team in one word

Pick a word, any word. That's what I asked the 65 coaches from the Power Five conferences and Notre Dame to do. Describe their team in one word. Some coaches were one-word wonders, but a few insisted they needed two words. That's fine because ...
 ESPN.com16 hours ago

Coaches' Actual Records Against Ranked Teams

A bad table went out yesterday. We can do better. Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal containing the records of the 66 head coaches of Power 5 conference teams against ranked opponents. It was not very good. The reason it's rubbish is that it ...
 Austin American Statesman19 hours ago

SEC preview: Playoff hunt begins in contender-packed conference

Conference championship: Alabama defeats South Carolina Offensive MVP 2013 stats: 203 carries, 1,183 yards, 11 rushing TD 2014 projected stats: 250 carries, 1,462 yards, 15 rushing TD This is a tough call, because there are a ...
 SI.com20 hours ago

Does South Carolina Control Who Will Win the SEC West?

If Alabama is undefeated going into the Iron Bowl, the answer is yes. Even you, the most delusional of delusional of Gamecock homers cannot seriously argue that South Carolina will determine the winner of the SEC West race - the division which has ...
 Austin American Statesman23 hours ago
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