Alabama places record eight on AFCA Coaches’ All-America Team

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, wide receiver Jerry Jeudy, offensive lineman Jonah Williams, defensive lineman Quinnen Williams and defensive back Deionte Thompson were first team selections while tight end Irv Smith, defensive lineman Isaiah Buggs and linebacker Mack Wilson were second-team choices.

The challenge of playing at Bama swayed Carter

Back in the early summer, it appeared that four-star cornerback Jeffery Carter of Mansfield-Legacy, Texas was on the verge of committing to Alabama. Instead, he picked Texas A&M. But that didn't stop the Tide staff from pursuing the 6-0, 182-pound standout. And Bama's persistence paid off when Carter flipped his commitment to the Tide during his official visit last weekend.

Tider Insider TV for December 11

Quick Nakobe Dean update

Earlier this evening TI spoke with Horn Lake, MS head coach Brad Boyette about his five-star linebacker Nakobe Dean.

Alabama still strong with top prospects

With the early period just eight days away, the Alabama staff remains in strong position with several top prospects. Here's a quick look at the prospects TI thinks Bama is in position to land next week or on national signing day in February.

Young recaps Bama official visit

Tide commitment Byron Young was among the prep stars who officially visited campus this past weekend. The 6-4, 281-pound defensive lineman from West Jones HS in Laurel, Mississippi enjoyed himself at the Capstone.

Six UA football players earn All-America honors

Offensive lineman Jonah Williams, defensive lineman Quinnen Williams, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and defensive back Deionte Thompson earned All-America honors from the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and the Associated Press on Monday. Center Ross Pierschbacher and wide receiver Jerry Jeudy joined the quartet on the AP team.

TI talks Bama recruiting with Gary Harris

TI joined host Gary Harris on Tide 102.9 in Tuscaloosa to discuss the latest on Alabama football recruiting.

Tua Tagovailoa named National Player of the Year by The Sporting News

The honor is the third national player of the year recognition for the sophomore signal-caller.

Great visit for Quick

Longtime Tide commitment Pierce Quick was among a small but stellar group of official visitors at UA this weekend. The 6-5, 280-pound offensive lineman from Hewitt-Trussville HS in Trussville had an outstanding time in Tuscaloosa.

Lewis, Hall come up big as Tide holds off Wildcats

Were it not for 17-year old Kira Lewis, Alabama basketball would be in a world of hurt. After blowing a 19-point first half lead against Arizona in Coleman Coliseum, it was beginning to look a lot like Georgia State 2.0.

'Scooby' flips to Alabama

For the past two months TI has reported that Alabama was in strong position to flip Mansfield, Texas four-star cornerback Jeffery 'Scooby' Carter from Texas A&M. Carter, who is in Tuscaloosa this weekend on an official visit, announced via twitter tonight that he had indeed switched to the Tide. Carter is the second elite prospect to flip to Bama this evening. Five-star safety Daxton Hill flipped from Michigan to Alabama earlier tonight.

Five-star safety Daxton Hill flips to Alabama

On Friday, TI alerted Bama fans to keep an eye on five-star safety Daxton Hill. As we reported, a strong source in Oklahoma told us that the Tulsa-Washington standout was taking a step back from his commitment to Michigan to reconsider Alabama. This afternoon, Hill announced via twitter that he had flipped to the Tide. Hill is the nation's top safety.

Arizona predictions

Make your predictions before the start of the men's basketball game against Arizona Sunday at noon.

What Johnson, players said heading into Arizona matchup

Avery Johnson and his 5-3 Alabama basketball team know they’ve got their hands full when Arizona (7-2, with losses only to Gonzaga and Auburn) comes calling Sunday in Coleman Coliseum. Here are some snippets of what they had to say going into the noon contest.

Weekend visitors and a five-star note

The Tide staff is expecting to host an excellent group of visitors this weekend in Tuscaloosa. Here's a quick look at some of those slated to be in town.

Tua leads Bama stars in racking up major awards

At tonight's college football awards presentation, Alabama sophomore quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was named the winner of two of the sport's most prestigious awards. Tagovailoa took home the Walter Camp Award and the Maxwell Award, both of which are given annually to the nation's top college football player. Two other Tide sophomores were major award winners. Jerry Jeudy won the Biletnikoff Award as the nation's top receiver. Defensive lineman Quinnen Williams won the Outland Trophy, which signifies the nation's top interior lineman.

Waddle, Anoma, Mathis and Surtain II named to SEC All-Freshman Team

Alabama wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, linebacker Eyabi Anoma, defensive lineman Phidarian Mathis and defensive back Patrick Surtain II were named to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team, the league office announced Thursday. The team was voted on by the league’s 14 head coaches, who were not allowed to vote for their own players.

Devils drop Taulia, Warriors

Jamey DuBose won state titles at Prattville as both an assistant to current UAB Coach Bill Clark and as the head coach. He won one Wednesday night at Jordan-Hare Stadium at the expense of Taulia Tagovailoa and the Thompson Warriors. Final from the Plains: Central 52, Thompson 7. Here are some observations.

Tagovailoa, Waddle, Hentges and Jonah Williams collect SEC individual awards

Tua Tagovailoa was named the SEC Offensive Player of the Year while Jalen Waddle was selected as the SEC Freshman of the Year. Hale Hentges was tabbed the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year and Jonah Williams rounded out the quartet, receiving the Jacobs Blocking Trophy, which is presented to the league’s top offensive lineman.

Tide blows lead & game to Georgia State at home

There are no excuses for blowing a 22-point home lead with 18-and-a-half minutes to go in a game. Somehow, Avery Johnson’s Alabama Crimson Tide managed to do just that and lost 83-80 to Georgia State a home. How?