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Feb
10

Richardson May Be A Tampa Bay Buc

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If you believe a report out of SB Nation, Trent Richardson may become a Tampa Bay Buccaneer. Accorrding to the report, CBS Sports Rob Rang believes the Bucs will look to select Richardson. According to his recently released 2012 NFL Mock Draft, Rang thinks the team will grab Trent in order to provide new Buc […]

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The 2008 Alabama senior class which featured Julio Jones, Mark Ingram, Courtney Upshaw, Mark Barron, Dont’a Hightower and Barrett Jones, got the ball rolling so to speak for Nick Saban and the Alabama program. This senior class produced a national championship, Alabama’s first Heisman Trophy winner, several All-Americans and four first round draft choices with […]

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  The 2009 SEC Championship Game was supposed to be the game of the century. It was yet another rematch between the Gators and the Tide. In 2008, both teams came into the championship game undefeated, but behind Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow, the Gators would win 30-21. This time it would be the Gators […]

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I saw a very interesting stat today from another website that stated that Trent Richardson and Eddie Lacy combination is more effective then Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson. Check these facts out guys: Through four games, Richardson and Lacy are averaging more touchdowns per game (three) and yards per game (247.75) then Richardson and Ingram […]

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Sep
26

Tide Notes for 9/26

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Although Alabama dominated the Arkansas Razorbacks yesterday, the Tide still remained third in the AP Poll behind new number No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Oklahoma. In the Coaches poll, the Tide and Tigers are tied for No. 2. In the game Saturday we all remembered the fake field goal for the touchdown that Coach […]

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Nice article by Chris Low on Tide running back Trent Richardson. Low talks about how Richardson has taken a humble approach to his new role as leader of the Tide’s running backs. “I don’t care if people are trying to shut me down or not. As long as my team is having a good time […]

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Sep
14

Saints Fans Upset with Ingram

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Now that Mark Ingram is a New Orleans Saint, apparently he can no longer cheer for his alumna mater. Just before kick-off of Bama’s first game of the season, Ingram sent out a tweet wishing his former mates luck in the coming season, which didn’t sit well with some Saints fans who of course are […]

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The Alabama Crimson Tide football team takes on Michigan State today (actually in 30 minutes) in the Capital One Bowl. The game is televised on ESPN. If you don’t have cable or satellite, you can possibly get it on www.ESPN3.com if your internet connection is fast enough. Otherwise, head over to a relative’s house or […]

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Every team has an award ceremony for awarding the play of individual players following a football season.  Alabama is no different.  On Sunday night at the Cahaba Grand Conference Center in Birmingham, the team provided recognition to the individual players in 2010 that exceled on the field & in the classroom.  Coach Saban addressed the […]

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Trent Richardson looking good to go in practice Monday. Coach Saban said that Richardson is day-to-day however it appears that he will be able to play the Georgia State game. Mark Ingram was more optimistic in saying “If he’s ready to play, I think he’ll play,” last year’s Heisman winner said. “I don’t think he wants to sit out at all. If he’s ready to go and he can be Trent, then I think he’ll go.” Richardson ranks 10th in the SEC in rushing and 2nd in all-purpose yards. VIDEO is below of his practicing Monday.

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