After losing two games and missing out on the College Football Playoffs, some critics are saying the dynasty is over at Alabama and Saban has lost a step. But on Wednesday, Saban put all those rumors to rest as he brought home the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation, and possibly the best recruiting class he has ever had.
Wednesday begins college football’s early signing period, and Alabama will be in search of yet another No. 1 recruiting class.
Friday Alabama received the surprising, but great news, that quarterback Bryce Young and linebacker Will Anderson, two projected top five NFL draft picks, would be participating in the Crimson Tide’s upcoming bowl game.
Tuesday Alabama welcomed back former guard Mo Williams to Coleman Coliseum, not as a former player, but as the head coach of the opposing Jackson State Tigers.
Alabama’s freshman sensation Brandon Miller did everything he could do to keep Alabama in the game, but ultimately was not enough as #15 Gonzaga defeated the #4 Crimson Tide 100-90 in the second annual C.M. Newton Classic.
Alabama fans got an early Christmas present Friday when they were notified that their top two players were expected to play in the Sugar Bowl.
Coming off a victory over the number one team in the nation on Saturday, Alabama needed a huge second half from Brandon Miller to hold on for a 91-88 victory over Memphis.
After beating No. 1 Houston on the road Saturday, their second win over a No. 1 ranked opponent this season, Alabama jumped up to No. 4 in the country, their highest ranking since 2006.
Alabama linebacker Will Anderson continued his award success Monday as he was named a first-team Associated Press All-American, his third time to be named an All-American this season.
In what felt like a heavyweight boxing match, after taking a few punches, #8 Alabama finally delivered the knockout blow beating #1 Houston 71-65, in its first AP top 10 matchup since 2002.
With three Alabama receivers already in the NCAA transfer portal, Alabama will be pleased to bring back a big piece of their receiving corps as Jermaine Burton plans to return for his senior season.
On Thursday, Alabama linebacker Will Anderson added another award to his crowded trophy case as he was named the Chuck Bednarik Award winner, an honor given to the nation’s best defensive player by the Maxwell Football Club.
Now that the conference championship games are out of the way, it is officially college football award season, and Alabama linebacker Will Anderson, Jr. is on pace to be the most decorated Crimson Tide player this year.
Despite a chaotic championship game weekend, Alabama still finished fifth and was left out of the College Football Playoffs for just the second time in its history.
The Alabama women’s soccer team lost its final four match in the NCAA College Cup 3-0 against the number one seed UCLA Bruins.
On Sunday, the No. 18 Alabama men’s basketball team finished off the Phil Knight Invitational with a third-place finish, handing No. 1 North Carolina their second loss of the tournament, 103-101 in quadruple overtime.
In the Phil Knight Invitational semifinals, UConn handed Alabama its first loss of the season 82-67.
Alabama and Auburn will meet for the 87th time in Iron Bowl history when the in-state rivals square off on Saturday.
Alabama's 18th-ranked men's basketball squad started the season with four easy wins but faced its toughest competition Thursday in their opening game of the Phil Knight Invitational against the 12th-ranked Michigan State Spartans.
An early kickoff on a cold day, against an FCS opponent, with no chance at playing in the SEC title game, and a slim to none chance of making the playoffs, this game had all the ingredients to be a sloppy one, and that’s exactly what Alabama fans got Saturday with a 34-0 win against Austin Peay.
Alabama took care of business Saturday getting their ninth victory of the season beating Austin Peay 34-0.
Friday, Alabama returned to Coleman Coliseum with a dominating offensive performance over Jacksonville State, winning by a score of 104-62.