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Alabama Analyst Leaving Staff for Falcons Coaching Position
Analyst and former Alabama defensive back Nick Perry is headed to the Atlanta Falcons to become an assistant defensive backs coach, the organization announced earlier this morning.
Alabama 2021 Recruiting Class Ranked Highest in History
The 247Sports recruiting service updated it’s rankings yesterday, and with it came history for the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Alabama Trending for In-State 2022 Five-Star
2022 five-star running back Emmanuel Henderson is trending towards the Alabama Crimson Tide, according to Hank South of BamaOnline.
Alabama Hires New Running Backs Coach
There’s a new face in charge of running backs in Tuscaloosa.
Former Alabama Defensive Back Finds New School
Former Alabama Crimson Tide safety Eddie Smith has officially decided where he will continue his college football career.
John Petty Jr. Named SEC Player of the Week
Alabama basketball player John Petty Jr. was once again named the Southeastern Conference Player of the Week, the conference announced earlier today.
Alabama Hoops Dominates Arkansas, 90-59
It was domination from start to finish for the Alabama Crimson Tide (11-3, 6-0) as they defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks (10-4, 2-4) 90-59.
Dylan Moses Declares for the NFL Draft
Dylan Moses’s Alabama career has officially come to an end.
All-SEC Linebacker Staying for Senior Season
One of Alabama’s many NFL draft prospects has made the decision to return to school for his last year of eligibility.
Alabama Offensive Line Wins Joe Moore Award
For the second time in less than a week, Alabama has beaten Notre Dame for a trophy. The Alabama Crimson Tide won the Joe Moore Award, given to the nation’s most outstanding offensive line unit. It is named after long-time college football offensive line coach Joe Moore who passed away in 2003. The finalists in 2020 included Alabama, Notre Dame, and Texas A&M.