Any takers? Alabama is struggling to find teams to fill their football schedule for 2015. Athletic Director Bill Battle has tried everything. According to CBS Sports, Battles has recruited ESPN and the SEC to help find a team. He’s
2015 prospect Kerryon Johnson, the No. 4 athlete in the country according to Rivals.com, committed to Auburn over Alabama and Florida State today. A four-star prospect, Johnson is the being recruited as a safety and running back. As expected
Nick Saban isn’t exactly teaching good morals and how to obey the law at Alabama. Or maybe he is, but his players don’t seem to be listening. For the second time this month, a football player has been arrested.
ESPN has reportedly hired former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy. He will be an analyst on the SEC Network. ESPN announces former #Bama QB Greg McElroy has been hired as an analyst for SEC Network. — Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS) March
One of the most prized recruits, Matt Elam disregards Alabama to play for Kentucky.
The nation’s No. 1 recruit made his college decision while eating at Wendy’s. Defensive end Da’Shawn Hand is the top-ranked prospect in the nation, according to Rivals.com. He was the subject of The Washington Post’s excellent video series“First and 17,” which
Marlon Humphrey, a recruit who plans to father in his father’s legacy has chosen to play college football for the Crimson Tide. As a five-star cornerback, Humphrey chose to stay close to home and committed to Alabama Wednesday morning.
Jacob Coker is trading his garnet and gold for crimson and white. Coker is transitioning from backing up Jameis Winston to trying to replace AJ McCarron. The former Florida State quarterback is transferring to Alabama and will be eligible to
Alabama freshman defensive back Tony Brown was arrested Saturday night and charged with failure to obey and resisting arrest. Brown, who has been released on bond, was arrested after police responded to a “loud party and underage drinking complaint” at an apartment