So again, as if the other 49 states don’t exist, Alabama becomes the fulcrum and rumbling epicenter of college football. Drawls and RVs are encouraged, but all Northerners and West Coast freaks are banned from the proceedings Saturday at
Fans unable to obtain the hottest ticket in town will be allowed to watch the Iron Bowl with fellow fans
This could be a brilliant hunch or a fool’s farce, but Alabama looks vulnerable. There’s no sheen, no beginning-to-end dominance, no firm establishment of the Nick Saban “process” we normally see this late in autumn. The mechanism seems lopsided,
The nation’s No. 1 recruit chose a new home Thursday, and it’s Tuscaloosa.
At this point, we’re having a hard time find a team that doesn’t want Alabama.
There comes a time in every championship season, every dynasty, when even an old football guy like Nick Saban goes Lou Reed on us. Saban got down and dirty midway through the third quarter against LSU, with the game
Oregon finds itself so close each year, but the Ducks keep coming up short. Why?
Alabama could be without a key piece to its stout secondary for Saturday’s key showdown with LSU.
Would Nick Saban leave Alabama for Texas? According to his agent he might consider it.
Earlier this morning on SportstalkFlorida Mornings, Eric Lopez talked the Orlando Sentinel’s Matt Murschel about the upcoming Oregon and Stanford game this Thursday and other hot topics in college football. Why you Should Listen : Eric Lopez and Matt Murschel