Archive For The “Alabama Football News” Category

Alabama vs Clemson 2017: Lane Kiffin out; Sarkisian now OC

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The preparation for the College Football Playoff National Championship is just beginning and we already have big news. Lane Kiffin will focus on head coach responsibilities at Florida Atlantic, and Steve Sarkisian will assume the Offensive Coordinator responsibilities for the Alabama Crimson Tide.   Here is the official press release with all the details: Lane…

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How Nick Saban processed me, the SEC & college football

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Alabama defeated Washington to advance to its second straight College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Alabama won the national title last year over Clemson and will again face the Tigers for the crown. What is remarkable about this amazing run is that way back in 2006 none of this seemed possible in the wildest imaginations…

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Southern Baptists insiders try to protect liberal Russell Moore

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Circle the wagons! Activate the good old boys network in the Southern Baptist Convention. It allows members of the club to operate in ways that run counter to your values and beliefs. Need proof that it exists? Look at how the elites rallied around Russell Moore. Even the NOBA issued a letter in defense of…

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Fake news about the power grid from the Washington Post?

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The 1980s called, and it wants its Cold War foreign policy back. Tonight, we read about the latest super-secret Soviet, err, Russian threat to our national security, and this time the Washington Post declared the Ruskies hacked the power grid. After the Washington Post published what was essentially fake news about websites with links to…

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Drain the Swamp! How you can say ‘You’re fired!’ to liberal ERLC’s Russell Moore

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A great thing about being a Southern Baptist is that in our local church even the lowliest of us can hold the church to account “Drain the swamp!” served as one of the key elements of Donald Trump’s campaign for president. It was a pithy way to summarize the corruption of politics as usual in…

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Russell Moore defenders get the facts wrong

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The saddest part of the entire Russell Moore crisis is that Dr. Moore’s defenders are intent on advancing a false narrative. Namely, Dr. Moore partisans like one Southern Baptist blog advance the false argument that the entire crisis centers on Dr. Moore’s rebuke of Donald Trump and Trump’s evangelical leaders, which included many Southern Baptists….

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Russell Moore, Washington Post wrong about Christian role in the public square

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From the Washington Post comes this defense of Russell Moore, “The criticism being leveled at Moore by his religious counterparts says more about what the evangelical establishment mistakenly values today than it does about anything that Moore has done wrong. And it misunderstands the true role that Christians could — and should — play in…

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The growing case to fire ERLC chief Russell Moore

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Don’t let Russell Moore, denominational elites and his friends in the liberal media deceive you! There are many good reasons to fire Dr. Russell Moore. Here are a few of them that include idolizing abortion supporters, aiding Democrats who helped elect Nancy Pelosi as speaker, insulting evangelical voters and his poor ethical scholarship. Dr. Moore…

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Southern Baptists standing up to liberal ERLC leader Russell Moore

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Southern Baptist leader who insulted evangelical voters has questionable connection with George Soros Dr. Moore did his best to defeat Donald Trump; insulted Trump evangelical voters by calling them ‘illogical’ Russell Moore was a former Democrat Southern Baptist Trustee System thrown into doubt as trustees have abdicated their duty to the SBC If you are…

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Your Alabama Crimson Tide Schedule & Planner

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A complete Alabama Crimson Tide Sports Calendar. Sync with your personal calendar to get reminders about all the sports happenings involving the University of Alabama Crimson Tide.

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Alabama Football Spring Scrimmage 1: Bo Scarbrough stands out

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Alabama Football’s First Scrimmage of the Spring in the Books Bo Scarbrough rushes for 132 yards and three scores while Dalvin Tomlinson and Rashaan Evans lead defense with eight tackles TUSCALOOSA – The University of Alabama football team held its first scrimmage of the spring Saturday afternoon inside Bryant-Denny Stadium.   “This scrimmage was a lot…

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Nick Saban has interest in Alabama Football growing

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Since Nick Saban arrived in Tuscaloosa to coach the Alabama football team two things have been going up–interest in the Alabama Crimson Tide and revenue from the Alabama football program. Licensed merchandise sales for the Alabama Crimson Tide has surged up 250% since 2005, and in the same period of time, another indicator of interest…

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The History of Alabama and the Houndstooth Hat

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Bear Bryant wearing houndsooth hat depicted on US Postage Stamp. This pattern became known as Alabama houndstooth as fans adopted the iconic pattern.

In this article on the history of the “Bear” Bryant Houndstooth Hat or as it has become known the Alabama Houndstooth Pattern, we answer many of the frequently asked questions including: Why the hat is important to fans, when it started to be associated with football, what is houndstooth, what the Alabama houndstooth pattern looks…

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Spring Practice 2016: Alabama in pads for first time

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For the first time since Alabama won the national championship, the Alabama Crimson Tide hit the field in pads. The third practice of Spring 2016 provided a chance for the Alabama coaching staff to see players in full gear. Here are some photographs from the session.

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Where to watch Alabama A-Day and every SEC Spring Game

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The SEC Network launches August 21, 2014 at 6 p.m. Central.

Alabama’s A-Day Spring Football Game is set for ESPN at 2 p.m. Central on April 16. Your TV listing for every SEC Spring Football Game including time, network and broadcast team Date Time (ET) Team (streaming link)/Commentators Network Fri, March 25 7 p.m. Vanderbilt Spring Game: Black & Gold Game Mike Morgan, Cole Cubelic &…

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Best Alabama Football Jerseys for Dogs

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Tips for buying the Best Alabama Football Jersey for Dogs

We dress up our pets for Halloween, so why not dress up your pet to show how loyal they are to the Alabama Crimson Tide? One of the best ways to do this is with an officially licensed Alabama Football Dog Jersey. As the market for dog-related sports apparel has grown, new options are available…

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Alabama Football Greatest Run: “Bear” Bryant or Nick Saban?

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The two greatest coaches in the history of Alabama football are Paul W.  “Bear” Bryant and Nick Saban. While Bryant has many more overall wins and bowl victories, Saban has a higher winning percentage and is arguably coaching in an era that is much more competitive. Let’s examine the coaches and their respective eras to…

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VIDEO: Alabama Football: Spring Practice Running Back Replacement

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Expectations are high in 2016 for the Crimson Tide, but there are areas of concern. Pete Fiutak breaks down how Nick Saban will decide which running back is the right choice to replace Derrick Henry. Check out the video below: To stay in the loop, bookmark our homepage. Thanks for checking us out. Please take…

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Auburn RB’s “racist” tweet causes stir

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Social media is a wonderful thing, or, it can be anyway. Then there is this: The Patriots make a living off taking your average white guy and making him a pro bowl receiver — Kerryon Johnson (@AyeyoKEJO) September 11, 2015 Auburn running back Kerryon Johnson sent this tweet Thursday evening while watching the Patriots –…

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More Awards: Maxwell names Derrick Henry Player of the Week

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama football’s Derrick Henry collected his third weekly honor after being named the Maxwell Award Player of the Week for his performance against Wisconsin, the organization announced on Thursday morning. The junior running back was also named SEC Offensive Player of the Week on Monday and the National Offensive Player of the…

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Jeremy Johnson: Louisville’s defense full of “first rounders”

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A funny thing happened in the Georgia Dome Saturday night. In the building that will come down in the near future, giving way to a new, better facility for such games, the walls of Cam Newton 2.0 came down with the thud of a thousand poorly thrown footballs. In short, “Pick Johnson” showed up, and…

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“Fat Hitler” wants you to fear Mississippi State

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There are a few gifts that just drop down to us from the sky. Blessings from above that we don’t have to work for, they just appear, as if to say, here…enjoy life. This happened again for us today, as one quickly becoming known as “fat Hitler” around the interwebs decided to go on a…

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Bama climbs to #2 in AP, Coaches Poll, garners 1st-place vote

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It only took a week, but Bama finds itself one step away from a familiar spot. In both polls released today, the Crimson Tide jumped TCU to take the second spot in the Coaches and AP Top 25 polls. Bama did gain one first place vote in the Coaches poll. Under Nick Saban, Alabama has…

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Derrick Henry named FWAA National Offensive Player of the Week

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Courtesy UA Media Relations September 8, 2015 FWAA release DALLAS – Alabama junior running back Derrick Henry earned his second award of the week, this time being honored as the Football Writers Association of America National Offensive Player of the Week. Henry was also named SEC Offensive Player of the Week on Monday morning from…

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Saban on Kenyan Drake: “Do you believe me now?”

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With its 35-17 whipping of Wisconsin, the Alabama Crimson Tide answered several questions that had been posed going into the season. The most obvious had been the quarterback position. A second would be how the Tide would replace 90% of its offensive production from the year before with the departures of Blake Sims, Amari Cooper,…

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Bama in the NFL: 40 players find themselves on active rosters

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Heading into the 2015 NFL season, which starts this Thursday night, 25 of the League’s 32 teams have active players from the University of Alabama who’ve earned spots on active rosters. With 40 players, the Tide is second only to Florida State and LSU (each with 41) for the most in the NFL. Counting former…

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Big Ten bludgeoned in opening weekend; Ohio State faces first of eleven unranked opponents

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Football season is upon us, and tonight Ohio State begins its quest for another national championship with a task they’ll take on several times this year: Playing an unranked team. As SEC envy has reached an all-time high, with coaches, mediots and fans from other conferences making outlandish, often unfounded boasts about the validity of…

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Practice Update: Cam Robinson’s “broken foot” has gotten better

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Welcome to fall practice, and welcome to the mob mentality that follows! As the Tide took to the practice field Saturday, news quickly began to spread around the internet that prized left tackle Cam Robinson had been carted of the field, a “broken foot” being the reason. Some message boards even declared he was out…

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Keeping an eye on Auburn: Where’s Duke Williams?

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Auburn’s Duke Williams missed Friday’s practice for “personal reasons,” according to Auburn offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee. Rumors hit the internet earlier in the week about a possible altercation involving Williams and members of the Auburn basketball team––one name you’d know very well. Although this rumor hasn’t been confirmed (g), Duke’s history with off-the-field issues plus…

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Five Questions Heading Into Fall Camp

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Another football season is just around the bend, and like any, several questions beg an answer heading in the the 2015 campaign in Tuscaloosa. 1. Coker, Cornwell, or QB #3? The most obvious question on the board, the game’s most important position needs a leader by the time the Tide takes the field in Dallas…

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