Saturday #6 Alabama will travel to Baton Rouge to take on #10 LSU in a top ten matchup between two SEC West rivals.
Alabama had five players named semifinalists to three very prestigious college football awards on Tuesday.
Alabama’s bye week is over and LSU game week has officially arrived. The Crimson Tide needed this week off to rest and hopefully get some guys back from injury.
After eight tough weeks of football, the Alabama Crimson Tide have managed to navigate one of the toughest schedules in the nation with a 7-1 record, the only loss coming to the #3 Tennessee Volunteers.
For the remainder of the season, Alabama will likely not have one of their most experienced defensive linemen.
After giving up a season high 385 passing yards to Tennessee last week, Coach Saban decided that some changes needed to be made in the secondary, and the changes came in the form of Junior cornerback Eli Ricks.
After a terrible showing last week against Tennessee, Alabama got back on track with a dominating performance, beating the #24 Mississippi State Bulldogs 30-6 on homecoming.
For the second year in a row, coming off a loss, Alabama will face the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
Alabama wide receiver Jermaine Burton was caught on video appearing to strike a female fan in the head after Tennessee fans stormed the field in Neyland Stadium.
After yet another week of Alabama shooting themselves in the foot with critical penalties, it was guaranteed that Nick Saban would get a question or two about the controversial calls at his Monday press conference.
Saturday #3 Alabama will travel to Knoxville, TN to take on #6 Tennessee in a top ten matchup between two SEC rivals.
Alabama coach Nick Saban gave the media the latest update on injured quarterback Bryce Young in his Monday afternoon press conference.
Alabama did not play its best game of the season but managed to stay undefeated beating Texas A&M 24-20.
After surviving their first SEC road game of the season, beating Arkansas 49-26, Alabama will return back home to Bryant Denny Stadium in a revenge game against the Texas A&M Aggies, the only team to beat the Crimson Tide in the regular season last year.
With an injured quarterback’s game status up in the air, and an upcoming game as a heavy favorite against the team that beat Alabama last year, the ingredients for a classic Nick Saban press conference rant were all there on Monday.
Saturday’s game in Fayetteville was like a roller coaster the way the momentum swung back and forth until Alabama eventually took control of the game, beating Arkansas 49-26.
Last week Alabama opened up SEC play with an impressive 55-3 win over Vanderbilt, dominating on both sides of the ball.
Alabama faced Vanderbilt, their first SEC opponent of the season, and did what they should do to a lesser SEC foe, completely overpowering them on both sides of the ball. The Crimson Tide dominated the Commodores 55-3 in its SEC home opener.
Last Saturday, Alabama had just the game the Crimson Tide needed against Louisiana-Monroe. While it wasn’t perfect, it was a great warmup game before heading into SEC play.