Ryan Anderson in Outside Linebacker drills on Monday
Team drills on Monday:
Offensive Line drills on Monday:
Inside Linebacker drills on Monday:
Outside Linebacker drills on Monday:
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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama’s attempt to get back on top of the college football world will begin in Fayetteville, Arkansas...Begin Slideshow
Reggie Ragland, Jonathan Allen, Arie Kouandjio & Jalston Fowler spoke to the media today
Reggie Ragland Video Interview:
Jonathan Allen Video Interview Part I:
Arie Kouandjio Video Interview Part I:
Jalston Fowler video Interview Part I:
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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama will be without a key component of its offense for the rest of the season...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
Nick Saban spoke to the media on Monday afternoon
Nick Saban’s Press Conference Video:
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Not that we needed any more reminders that last week was a three-day period of chaos in college football like none other, but take a look at the impact games in the aftermath for Week 7. It’s the middle of October, and an Auburn-Mississippi State game and TCU-Baylor game carry more weight than LSU-Florida and Texas-Oklahoma. That’s what happens when 11 AP ranked...
Blake is determined to lead the team & come back strong after the close loss to the Rebels
Sims thought O.J. Howard was a mismatch on the final throw
The Alabama defense struggled in the second half vs. Ole Miss
Nick Saban & Kirby Smart were out-coached in the second half yesterday
Landon Collins & the Crimson Tide defense struggled in the second half
Alabama Chokes On The Road
Its become an annual event in at least one game every year where Nick Saban chooses to “coach not to lose”, vs playing to win. The evidence is right there in front of you in black and white. 2011 LSU, 2012...
You can call it Magnolia State Magic. You can call it the best sports day in the history of the state. But don’t call it a fluke. Mississippi State and Ole Miss, historically two of the least-successful programs in the SEC, both enjoyed program-changing wins that will vault them into the top-five in many national polls. Mississippi State’s victory was less surprising...