By Hunter Ford It’s the fourth Saturday in October and it’s time for the “Third Saturday in October.” Forget the World Series, the annual Alabama-Tennessee… Read More »Alabama vs. Tennessee, a True Fall Classic
Alabama Coach Nick Saban praised his mentor Don James. James passed away from pancreatic cancer, according to a statement released by the University of Washington.… Read More »Alabama Coach Nick Saban on passing of Don James
Ole Miss is a team of perpetual promise and perpetual failure The Half a dozen trips and the half a dozen slips And the very… Read More »Alabama beats Ole Miss; Does Freeze know field goals count?
Alabama vs Ole Miss By Hunter Ford Alabama Coach Nick Saban opened his Monday teleconference with praise for a well-rounded Ole Miss team. “It’s definitely… Read More »Alabama Coach Saban praises Ole Miss, talks targeting rule, and more
Alabama Recruiting Profile: Bo Scarbrough By Dave Friedman It was a busy summer for uber-athlete Bo Scarbrough. After spending three years at Northridge High School,… Read More »RECRUITING: Bo Scarbrough has power, speed, elusiveness & great character
Highlights of Alabama vs Texas A&M Alabama Texas A&M Game Notes Official game notes from UA: ALABAMA CAPTAINS • Alabama’s captains for today’s game at… Read More »Alabama 49 Texas A&M 42 Notes & Highlights
Alabama coach Nick Saban previews Alabama vs Texas A&M Also reflects on the legacy of Bear Bryant By Hunter Ford Monday, Nick Saban heaped praise… Read More »Alabama Football: Saban tosses ‘greatest ever’ label at Texas A&M offense
The SEC released its 2013 preseason All-SEC Team selected by the media at the 2013 SEC Media Days. Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M was first-team… Read More »SEC Media Days: 2013 Preseason All-SEC Team
It’s become a regular occurance. Every April former Alabama players are following Nick Saban’s path to the NFL. The plan is simple: Come to Alabama,… Read More »NFL DRAFT: More Tiders prepare to be taken in the 1st round
Lorenzo Carter of Norcross, Georgia is one of the top defensive end/linebacker prospects in the South. Carter is 6’6″, 232 lbs. with 4.6 speed in the 40. Lorenzo Carter holds offers from about 30 top programs, perhaps even more. Alabama, Auburn and Georgia all have offered and intently want to land Carter. He is a five-star, according to Rivals and one of the top ten players in the nation. Watch the video below to see why so many schools and scouts are impressed with Carter, and why this could be the most important recruiting battle for 2014 defensive linemen.
Watch in this video as a 2014 football recruit interested in Alabama makes a circus catch. Bishop Gorman High School running back Nathan Starks is one of the top running backs available in 2014 recruiting. He is 5’11”, 200 lbs. with 4.5 speed from Las Vegas, Nevada. While he doesn’t have an offer from Alabama right now, this shows just how national Alabama recruiting has become under Nick Saban. He is interested in attending Alabama, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Texas and USC. There are other schools on his list and interested in him.
Laurence Jones is one of the top safeties in the 2014 recruiting class. Jones is 6’2″, 200 lbs. of Monroe, Louisiana. Jones has offers from Alabama, LSU, Arkansas, Mississippi and Texas A&M in the SEC. Outside the SEC, Stanford has offered Jones. Safety is likely a priority for Alabama’s defensive recruiting efforts in 2014. His speed is about 4.5 in the 40, but as with all recruits, wait on official times as scouts watch athletes perform in the coming months.
Check out Katherine Webb practicing for her upcoming celebrity diving reality TV show. Webb is the former Miss Alabama who rose to fame during the BCS National Championship Game between Alabama and Notre Dame when Brent Musberger pointed out Webb was Alabama Quarterback A.J. McCarron’s girlfriend. So, what do you think of her in a wetsuit?
Check out video of Alabama’s top RB Prospects. Watch the video and scroll down for a synopsis to find out where these backs will play college football.
We’re on a three week journey examining the fanbases of each of the fourteen SEC schools. Yesterday was Tennessee; today we’ll stay in the SEC… Read More »FAN REVIEW: South Carolina fans––some history, more phallic references