The state's top defensive lineman in the 2022 class is perhaps Pike Road four-star Khurtiss Perry. The 6-2, 270-pound Perry has narrowed his list to Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Texas and UCF.
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Prior to today's practice, left tackle Evan Neal, tight end Cameron Latu and star Malachi Moore spoke to the media via Zoom. Here are some of their comments.
First, looking back at last Saturday night, while Tennessee played hard and with confidence, Josh Heupel is much more "gimmicky" than I knew.
Four-star defensive lineman Chris McClellan of Owasso, OK made a return trip to Tuscaloosa over the weekend. The 6-3, 297-pound DL first visited back in the summer. This time he was on an official visit.
Monday morning football discussion, recruiting update on The Gary Harris ShowRodney joined host Gary Harris on Tide 100.9 in Tuscaloosa to discuss Alabama sports. Here is that interview.
Alabama quarterback Bryce Young was selected as the Southeastern Conference’s Offensive Player of the Week, the league office announced on Monday. The conference honor is Young’s second of the season and UA’s eighth as a team.
The Alabama coaching staff named nine players of the week following the Crimson Tide’s 15th straight win over Tennessee, a 52-24 victory last Saturday in Tuscaloosa. John Metchie III, Evan Neal, Brian Robinson Jr. and Bryce Young on offense; Will Anderson Jr., Jalyn Armour-Davis, DeMarcco Hellams and Henry To’oTo’o on defense; and Demouy Kennedy on special teams all earned the recognition for their play in the rivalry game.
Nate Oats’ third Alabama basketball team is a work in progress, but there is reason to be optimistic about the 14th ranked Crimson Tide.
One team had Bryce Young and Will Anderson. The other did not. That was the difference in Alabama 52, Tennessee 24 before a packed Bryant-Denny Stadium from whence cigar smoke wafted into the Tuscaloosa night air starting late in the final quarter.
Here are scenes from the Tide's 52-24 win over the Volunteers.
Alabama's first "big" game day recruiting weekend is finally here, as several top prospects in the classes of 2022 and 2023 are planning to visit Tuscaloosa for the Tennessee game. Here's a quick rundown of some of those visitors.
No. 4 Alabama (6-1, 3-1 SEC) will look to rebound against longtime rival Tennessee (4-3, 2-2 SEC). Kickoff inside Bryant-Denny Stadium is set for shortly after 6 p.m. tomorrow. Here are five storylines for the game.
Nick Saban, Eli Gold and media guest host Katie George of ESPN, the sideline reporter for Saturday night, took to the airwaves from Baumhower’s Victory Grille Thursday evening. Here are snippets.
Make your predictions before the start of the game at 6:00 Saturday evening on ESPN.
Coach Saban addressed the media via Zoom following today's practice. Here are some of his comments.
Here's a rundown on some of Alabama's top remaining targets, including Khurtiss Perry, Evan Stewart, Barion Brown, Kendrick Law and more.