Alabama coach Nick Saban and Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell spoke to the national media Sunday afternoon via Zoom to discuss their teams’ matchup in the playoff semifinal in Arlington, TX on New Year’s Eve. Here are some highlights of what each had to say.
The University of Alabama football team held its annual awards banquet Sunday evening inside Coleman Coliseum.
Georgia is a phenomenal football team. Alabama is too. Yesterday, in the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta, Alabama put Georgia in a position that the Bulldogs had not been in all season. Alabama was a battle-tested team, having come through the gauntlet that is the SEC West. The West Division has been superior to the East for many years now. That matters.
Number one Bama to meet undefeated Cincinnati in playoffsComing off its SEC Championship Game win over Georgia on Saturday, the Crimson Tide has jumped to the top spot heading into the playoffs. Alabama will face fourth-ranked and undefeated Cincinnati in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic in Arlington, TX on December 31. Second-ranked Michigan will face third-ranked Georgia in the Orange Bowl in Miami on the same day.
Junior guard Jaden Shackelford tied his career high with 28 points on the strength of six three-pointers to help lead the No. 16 Alabama men’s basketball team to a 91-82 victory over No. 3 Gonzaga Saturday night in the Battle in Seattle. The win marks the Crimson Tide’s first road victory over a top-five team since it defeated then-No. 4 Mississippi State 77-73 on Feb. 21, 2004.
Alabama clinched a spot in the college football playoffs en route to a 41-24 in over Georgia in Bryant-Denny East, aka Atlanta’s Mercedes Stadium Saturday.
Here are scenes from the Tide's 41-24 win over the Bulldogs.
The 2021 SEC champion will be crowned tomorrow when No. 3 Alabama (11-1, 7-1 SEC) takes on No. 1 Georgia (12-0, 8-0 SEC) in Atlanta. Kickoff inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium is set for shortly after 3 p.m. Here are five storylines for the game.
Make your predictions before the start of the game at 3:00 Saturday afternoon on CBS.
Host Eli Gold, Nick Saban, media guest Nick Kelly of the Tuscaloosa News along with dozens of fans gathered at Baumhower's Victory Grille for the show. Here are snippets.
TI on Three Man FrontRodney joined hosts Pat Smith and Landrum Roberts on Three Man Front on WJOX on Thursday morning to preview the SEC Championship Game.
In most years, with just two weeks from the start of the early signing period, Alabama is putting the final touches on its class. But this year, several recent coaching changes around the country have opened the door for Alabama to get back in on a few top prospects.
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Coach Saban addressed the media via Zoom at his weekly press conference today. Here are some of his comments.
The Alabama coaching staff named seven players of the week following the Crimson Tide’s 24-22, quadruple overtime win in last Saturday’s Iron Bowl. John Metchie III on offense; Will Anderson Jr., Jordan Battle, DeMarcco Hellams and Phidarian Mathis on defense; and Khyree Jackson and Will Reichard on special teams were all recognized for their play in the come-from-behind win at Auburn.
Monday morning football discussion on The Gary Harris ShowRodney joined host Gary Harris on Tide 100.9 in Tuscaloosa to discuss Alabama sports. Here is that interview.
Alabama linebacker Will Anderson Jr. was selected as the Southeastern Conference’s Defensive Player of the Week, the league office announced on Monday. The conference honor is Anderson Jr.’s fifth of the season.
Alabama used a dominant second half to roll to an impressive 96-64 win over Miami on Sunday in the final round of the ESPN Events Invitational. The Crimson Tide outscored the Hurricanes 63-34 over the final 20 minutes of play.
Nick Saban and Kirby Smart joined a teleconference Sunday to discuss Saturday’s SEC Championship game. Here are snippets.
Make your predictions before the start of the basketball game at 5:30 this (Sunday) evening on ESPNU.
There had never been an Iron Bowl that went to overtime. That changed Saturday on the plains of Auburn where after trailing for most of the contest, Alabama quarterback Bryce Young and his mates erased a 10-point deficit to salvage a season-saving, 24-22 win.
Here are scenes from the Tide's 24-22 win over the Tigers.
Alabama forward Juwan Gary earned his first start of the year and recorded his second double-double of his career to help lead the No. 10/9 Crimson Tide to an 80-71 victory over the Drake Bulldogs in the consolation bracket of the ESPN Events Invitational. With the victory, Alabama advances to take on Miami Sunday night at 5:30 p.m. CT (6:30 p.m. ET).
Make your predictions before the start of the basketball game at 3:30 this afternoon on ESPNU.