If youíre keeping score at home, thatís 14 straight for Alabama over Tennessee and 23-0 for Nick Saban over his former pupils. Final from Knoxville: Alabama 48, Tennessee 17.
The Crimson Tide's 48-17 win over Tennessee this afternoon in Knoxville marked the 18th straight game that Alabamaís offense has scored 35-or-more points. That streak is the longest in major-college football history.
Make your predictions before the start of the game at 2:30 Saturday afternoon.
Next up for No. 2 Alabama (4-0, 4-0 SEC) is a road trip to Knoxville to take on rival Tennessee (2-2, 2-2 SEC). Kickoff inside Neyland Stadium is set for shortly after 2:30 p.m. Here are five storylines for the game.
The scene was Legion Field. The game was for the region crown. The combatants were Pleasant Grove and Ramsay. And there were lots of college prospects and recruiting fans and writers on hand. Final score: Ramsay 33, Pleasant Gove 26.
Thursday morning Bama football discussion on WMSPRodney joined hosts John Longshore and Barry McKnight on WMSP in Montgomery to discuss the latest on Alabama football.
Coach Saban addressed the media on Wednesday following practice. Here are some of his comments.
Alabama men's basketball freshman forward Alex Tchikou suffered an Achilles injury and will be sidelined for the entire 2020-21 season, head coach Nate Oats announced. The 6-11, 225-pound freshman underwent successful surgery on his torn right Achilles Wednesday morning and is expected to make a full recovery.
Tider Insider TV for October 20
In a TI recruiting update several months ago, we outlined the keys to Alabama having another top class. One of the main points was that the Tide needed to control recruiting in the state of Alabama. Is the Tide controlling the state?
Coach Saban addressed the media during his Monday Zoom teleconference today.
Monday football review with Gary HarrisRodney joined host Gary Harris on Tide 100.9 in Tuscaloosa to discuss Alabama sports. Here is that interview.
Three players on offense and defense along with one on special teams all earned recognition from the UA coaches.
Alabama footballís Mac Jones was selected as the Southeastern Conference Offensive Player of the Week, the league office announced on Monday. The honor is Jonesí second this season as the redshirt junior also picked up league honors following the Texas A&M matchup.
Nate Oats and Alabama menís basketball stayed red hot on the recruiting trail this afternoon with the commitment of the top junior college power forward in the country, Langston Wilson of Georgia Highlands Community College. The number two overall junior college prospect nationally has an amazing story.