November 19, 2018Your Source for the Crimson Tide
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Greetings, fellow Alabama fans! Yes, I know the blog hasn't been updated recently, but who has time to write when one can revel in this glorious football season? And glorious it has been. When the biggest complaints are the margin of victory, life is good!
Comments like, "Alabama beat them so bad, they should have had negative points!", show that we are in the heady stratosphere of football heaven. There are worries like why did Tua get injured (shakes fist skyward), what kind of nut do you have to be to imagine the SEC officials favor 'Bama, and the always popular how will Alabama's defense recover from losing a slew of guys (they just do, don't worry.) But the season is not yet over.
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Alabama FootballOn Monday of Auburn week, Nick Saban was asked about the struggles on extra points . . .
The Iron Bowl was a big part of the conversation when four Alabama football players shuffled through the busy media interview room Monday . . .
Alabama will be trying to avenge last season's 26-14 loss to Auburn from last season, but in the Crimson Tide camp the revenge factor seems to be not the motivation that might be expected . . .
There are six Crimson Tide finalists with Quinnen Williams and Tua Tagovailoa up for two awards . . .
Alabama coaches named six players of the week after the team's win over The Citadel on Saturday . . .
Saban complimented Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham and the Tigers' receiving corps and also mentioned their special teams as a strength . . .
Alabama sophomore linebacker Dylan Moses has been chosen as one of five finalists for the 2018 Dick Butkus Award . . .
No matter where Hurts lands, Alabama and their fans should support his decision . . .
Here's an early look at over 50 notable names expected in Tuscaloosa this weekend . . .
According to Housel, he and Auburn administrators got wind of Alabama's decision to start hosting the game in Tuscaloosa instead of Birmingham the day before the 1998 game, when local media members leaked the information to the Auburn athletics director . . .
The Crimson Tide is still a unanimous No. 1 in the AP Poll. And for a third straight week, the Tide received all but one of the first-place votes in the Coaches Poll . . .
Iron Bowl week started the moment after Alabama's game against The Citadel, and the second after Auburn's victory against Liberty . . .
Is No. Alabama beatable? . . .
Alabama extended an early offer to 2020 defensive tackle Jah-Marien Latham . . .
Alabama BasketballReese finished with 19 points while John Petty Jr. and Herbert Jones had 13 points apiece as the Crimson Tide won their second straight tournament game . . .
Alabama men's basketball team held off Wichita State for a 90-86 win . . .
Alabama, which had four double-figure scorers in the win over Ball State, is led in scoring by sophomore forward John Petty (13.5 ppg) . . .
More mybama.com NewsMcCollough, an Enterprise native, played football at Alabama under coach Paul "Bear" Bryant in the mid-1960s, where he excelled at center on teams quarterbacked by Joe Namath . . .
Unfortunately for the Cowboys, Julio Jones flashed back to his days as a defensive back at Foley High School and laid his shoulder into the safety on the fly . . .
Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley who play for the Falcons, and Amari Cooper who plays for the Cowboys are players in Crimson Tide history to record a 1,000-yard receiving season . . .
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