Former Alabama Crimson Tide running back Ahmaad Galloway, 42, was found dead in his apartment Monday.
Despite Alabama not being a participant in the college football national championship game on Monday night, Nick Saban still found a way to be at the game, serving as an analyst, part of the ESPN College Gameday crew.
Alabama traveled to Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville, AR Wednesday and walked away with their second road win of the season against a ranked opponent, defeating No. 15 Arkansas 84-69.
The University of Alabama basketball team is back in the top five, while the Auburn basketball team continues to hang in the top 25, according to this week's Associated Press top 25 college basketball poll,
During an appearance on this week's "1819 News: The Podcast," NFL Hall of Fame offensive lineman John Hannah, who starred at the University of Alabama, discussed his football career, including playing for legendary football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant.
Saturday, No. 7 Alabama put together another impressive game, blowing out Kentucky 78-52 and advancing their SEC record to 3-0 for the first time since the 1986-87 season.
The “Voice of the Crimson Tide”, Eli Gold, missed the entire 2022 football season due to health issues and announced Friday that he is battling with a “treatable” form of cancer.
Alabama welcomed an underachieving Ole Miss team to Coleman Coliseum Tuesday for the Crimson Tide’s SEC home opener, winning 84-62.
Monday morning, three juniors for Alabama's football program announced that they would skip their senior season and enter the 2023 NFL Draft.
The University of Alabama and Auburn University basketball teams both remain in the top 25 in the country.
Saturday, No. 5 Alabama put an end to their 2022 season beating No. 9 Kansas State 45-20 in the Sugar Bowl.
Alabama put an end to their season and 2022 with a dominant performance, beating Kansas State in the Sugar Bowl 45-20.
Another year is in the books and it was another positive year for the University of Alabama athletic department.
Saturday December 31, the #5 Alabama Crimson Tide will face the Big 12 champions, #9 Kansas State Wildcats in the 89th annual Sugar Bowl, the first ever meeting between the two schools.
On Wednesday, another difficult opponent was put in front of Alabama, and once again they responded.
Last week Nick Saban brought in an impressive group of talent during the early signing period, and Tuesday morning he got his first transfer portal commitment from Maryland tight end CJ Dippre.
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.