With just a few days until college football’s official 2019 kickoff, I now present to you my final, set-in-stone, for-real-this-time predictions. Feel free to use these picks at your local gambling establishment. You can thank me later.
The clock is ticking and we are now only 408 hours (give or take depending on what time you’re actually reading this) away from Auburn’s long-awaited Duck-hunting trip in the state of Texas.
The Reeltown Quarterback Club will be hosting its biggest fundraiser of the year Saturday, Aug. 17 when it hosts a Cow Patty Bingo at the high school baseball field.
Football is in the air again in Tuscaloosa as the University of Alabama opened its 2019 fall camp Friday afternoon. The Crimson Tide hosted a two-hour practice in helmets and shorts at the Thomas-Drew Practice Fields.
For quite some time, Alabama’s football team has been bashed for its less-than-stellar non-conference schedule. But soon, the Crimson Tide will be beefing that up.
Would You Rather...
Inside the Lines Podcast
For the 21st consecutive season, Alabama softball will play in the NCAA Tournament. The Crimson Tide earned a No. 8 national seed in this year’s field of 64 and will host Arizona State, Lipscomb and Alabama State this upcoming weekend in Tuscaloosa.
While the NFL isn’t exactly the topic du jour around here, I could not be more fired up for the draft which starts Thursday night. No professional leagues’ draft comes within 100 yards of being as interesting, fun, compelling and captivating as that of the National Football League.
The Alabama football team concluded its spring season with the annual Golden Flake A-Day Game on Saturday afternoon in Bryant-Denny Stadium. The White team came out on top of Crimson, 31-17.
Alabama fans have plenty of reasons to feel confident heading into the 2019 season. It’s easy to overlook any perceived flaws — no matter how obvious — and hard not to be impressed with the litany of future NFL stars — and they are very obvious.
Before I get into this week’s column, let me say congrats to the Auburn basketball team. Making it to the Final Four is a dream come true and huge accomplishment. As a ’Bama fan, I am truly jealous.
Alabama’s next basketball hire will be a big one. The rest of the SEC isn’t going to wait for the Tide to catch up to the league’s increasingly lofty standards. Four rivals are in the Sweet 16 this year and the conference won’t be any easier next season.
As if breaking two Southeastern Conference records and winning four gold medals wasn’t enough for Benjamin Russell graduate Robert Howard, he also added a pair of huge honors — one academic and one athletic — after last weekend’s SEC Swimming & Diving Championships.
Major college athletics needs a commissioner — someone who is willing to listen to multiple arguments for improvement then make tough (even if unpopular) decisions, someone who understands today’s landscape of player empowerment while maintaining valuable traditions unique to college sports.
Another recruiting season, another No. 1 class for Nick Saban. Of course, it also means another article regarding my superlatives for said Alabama signing class.
Alabama men’s basketball coach Avery Johnson has done a pretty good job in his four years in Tuscaloosa. He promotes the program well, his record against top-25 teams is more than adequate, the scheduling has been pretty difficult and recruiting has been above average for sure.
When Jalen Hurts entered the 2018 SEC Championship and brought Alabama back from the ashes against Georgia, you’d have thought Christ himself had walked out on the field in Atlanta.
If somebody told me Clemson would beat Alabama by 28 points Monday night, I probably would have offered a wager and lost every possession. I even suggested to a co-worker Monday morning Clemson hadn’t played anyone all season other than overrated Notre Dame and rising Syracuse. How in the wo…
Another year, another Monday night of travel for yours truly to watch Alabama in a national championship game (thus, with a Tuesday column, prohibiting my ability to write about said game). As I am writing this, I have no idea who won the game, who was the MVP or even how bad my hangover is …
The Alabama Crimson Tide suffered their worst loss under coach Nick Saban, and it came at the worst possible time. After leading Clemson early in the second quarter, the Tide were stymied by the Tigers’ defense and overwhelmed by their offense. It resulted in a lopsided victory in favor of C…
The No. 1 Alabama football team jumped out to a 28-0 lead and never looked back against No. 4 Oklahoma, winning 45-34 in the College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Capital One Orange Bowl Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.