Alabama Crimson Tide
After taking a month to cultivate a young quarterback, Bob Stoops brought a confident and motivated Sooners squad to the Sugar Bowl, where they stunned Alabama on Thursday.
Alabama athletic director Bill Battle said that his football program is operating under a “business as usual” plan, amid rumors about coach Nick Saban leaving for Texas.
Oklahoma earned the Big 12’s second BCS berth with an emotional win over Oklahoma State and will face No. 3 Alabama in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 2 in New Orleans.
Twitter has given sports fans, for the first time, a way to directly communicate with players on the teams. And, since it can be anonymous, the messages are often personal.
Alabama fans and teammates have rallied around Southlake Carroll graduate Cade Foster.
Jordan Tolbert and Robert Turner led Texas Tech with 14 points apiece but the Red Raiders fell 76-64 on Thursday night in the Big 12/SEC Challenge.
Will Alabama be the next and most significant victim of the SEC’s internal battle royal? Can Florida State avoid a letdown and represent the ACC in the biggest game of the year? This is what makes college football so interesting.
It looks like bigger does mean better in the competitive SEC — not just in terms of television ratings, but on the field as well.
The Associated Press has learned that a University of Texas regent and a former regent spoke with Alabama coach Nick Saban’s agent about Saban coaching the Longhorns if Mack Brown retired.
On Saturday, Troy and his father attended the biggest game of the year — Texas A&M vs. Alabama at Kyle Field. Although Troy’s Aggies fell to Bama 49-42, check out the crowd he was a part of in College Station.
Dave South, play-by-play announcer of the Texas A&M Aggies, joined New School to talk about Saturday’s game between Texas A&M and Alabama, the antics of Johnny Manziel, and his appreciate for Brad Sham.
According to a story released by Yahoo! Sports on Wednesday evening, one current and four former SEC football players received impermissible benefits during their college careers.