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
Alabama opened the week an 11-point favorite over LSU, and that stands as the largest spread of any game between the Tide and Tigers since Nick Saban and Les Miles first squared off in 2007 (via AL.com’s Andrew Gribble).
The cruelest of months for BCS Title contenders. History says expect unbeatens to fall this month.
On the same day he chided — yes, chided — Alabama fans for leaving games early, he also announced the indefinite suspension of a reserve defensive lineman.
In the fourth quarter of Alabama’s romp over Arkansas Saturday, the Tide’s home field looked like, well, The U’s home field as fans made an early exit with yet another victory firmly in hand.
No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Florida State have the inside track to the national championship game after topping the season’s first BCS standings. The standings, released Sunday night, put Florida State ahead of No. 3 Oregon, one day