Coach Saban addressed the media at his weekly press conference today. Here are his comments.
Coach Saban talked with the media Monday. Here is audio of what he said.
The Alabama coaching staff selected 10 players of the week following the Crimson Tide’s 47-23 win at South Carolina last Saturday to open the Tide’s Southeastern Conference slate. Landon Dickerson, Najee Harris, Henry Ruggs III and Tua Tagovailoa on offense; Trevon Diggs and Anfernee Jennings on defense; and Slade Bolden, Josh Jobe, Ale Kaho and Jaylen Moody on special teams all earned the nod for their standout efforts in Columbia against the Gamecocks.
Alabama football’s Tua Tagovailoa and Landon Dickerson were each selected for Southeastern Conference Player of the Week honors, the league office announced on Monday morning. Tagovailoa earned Offensive Player of the Week, his second this season, while Dickerson was named Offensive Lineman of the Week.
TI reviews the South Carolina gameRodney joined host Gary Harris on Tide 102.9 in Tuscaloosa to discuss Alabama sports. Here is that interview.
Tua had a career day. The Bama defense looked lost at times. Kicking woes resurfaced and LaBryan Ray needs an MRI on his injured foot. That’s the short version of Alabama 47, South Carolina 23 in Columbia. Details to follow.
Alabama’s matchup at South Carolina marked the 17th meeting between Tide head coach Nick Saban and one of his former assistants. Saban has won them all.
Both schools in this rivalry have a Pinson address. One has the name and won the game, as the Indians of Pinson Valley scalped the Cougars of Clay-Chalkville 31-7 Friday. The contest featured one of Alabama’s top junior prospects, and that prospect made a mark, though not in the way I had expected.
Make your predictions before 2:30PM Saturday, the start of the UA/South Carolina game.
No. 2 Alabama (2-0) opens up its SEC slate on the road against the South Carolina Gamecocks (1-1). Kickoff inside Williams-Brice Stadium is set for shortly after 2:30 p.m. tomorrow. Here are five storylines for the game.
It’s time for SEC play for Nick Saban’s No. 2 Alabama football team. Thursday night, Saban joined Eli Gold and Guest Media Host Christopher Walsh of BamaCentral.com to discuss this week’s game in Columbia, SC. Here are some highlights.
Since the start of the season, many of Alabama's top 2020 prospects have turned their attention from recruiting to their senior seasons. But here are a few quick notes on some of Bama's commitments and remaining targets.
Nick Saban's press conference
Coach Saban addressed the media following today's practice. Here are some of his comments.
The Tide was working indoors in full pads this afternoon. Here are some notes from the media viewing period.
Imagine if you will a top offensive lineman on the No. 2 team in America doing gladiator-like daily duels with a very good NFL prospect on the other side of the trench. Welcome to Landon Dickerson vs. Raekwon Davis, brought to you multiple times a week by the recruiting prowess of Nick Saban and the managerial skills of position coaches Kyle Flood and Brian Baker.
Tider Insider TV for September 10
Bama was back on the practice field this afternoon. Here are some notes from the media viewing period.
Nick Saban appreciates a great work ethic in his players. Except when they take it too far, which actually is possible. Exhibit T: Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. This much was learned during Monday afternoon’s Bama player media availability.
Nick Saban's Monday press conference
Coach Saban addressed the media at his weekly press conference today. Here are some of his comments.
The Alabama coaching staff named six players of the week following the Crimson Tide’s 62-10 victory over New Mexico State at Bryant-Denny Stadium last Saturday. Jerry Jeudy and DeVonta Smith on offense; Trevon Diggs, Anfernee Jennings and Xavier McKinney on defense; and Will Reichard on special teams were all selected for the efforts against the Aggies in the Tide’s 2019 home opener.