1. SEC Picks: Wekk 11

    Florida 34, Vanderbilt 7: The Gators have won their last four games by an average margin of 39.5 points. The Commodores are still looking for that sixth win to become bowl eligible after starting out 5-0...

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  2. Auburn Football in Need of Change

    Tommy Tuberville did not lose his job Thursday night in Morgantown, but he lost his team. The Auburn players looked like they did not care anymore. They were cold and looked disinterested while West Virginia was reeling off 31 unanswered points...

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  3. BCS Standings Week 1

    The first edition of the all-important BCS standings were released Sunday. Texas took the No. 1 spot in the poll after a 56-31 rout of Missouri this Saturday. Undefeated Alabama beat out Penn State for the second spot...

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  4. Tommy Bowden Fired at Clemson

    Tommy Bowden was fired Monday morning after the Tigers got off to a 3-3 start and just after Bowden received a lucrative contract extension following the 2007 season...

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  5. Alabama Is Back in the Spotlight for Good

    Many people saw this coming, but not this soon. Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide are undefeated midway through the season and ranked second in the nation...

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  6. SEC Football: Week Three Picks

    In week three, there are some very good SEC matchups. Auburn goes on the road to Starkville to take on Mississippi State, and Steve Spurrier's Gamecocks try to right the ship against No...

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  7. Alabama Football: The Crimson Report

    A win is a win that is how the saying goes. Alabama left Bryant-Denny Stadium with a 20-6 win over Tulane Saturday but it did not feel like it. Only 172 yards on offense and one touchdown by freshman Mark Ingram left fans shaking there heads...

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  8. College Football: Week Two Picks

    Everybody is doing it so I thought I would put my two cents in to. Here are my week two picks: Thursday Sept...

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  9. Alabama Football: Tide Lands its 14th Commitment in Nico Johnson

    Nico Johnson, a 6-foot-3, 235-pound linebacker, became the Crimson Tide's 14th commitment for the 2009 recruiting class. He is the No. 24 player in the country from ESPN.com...

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  10. SEC TV Schedule leaked on CBS

    Due to a computer glitch, CBS posted their entire slate of season games on their website. The doubleheader is going to be on Oct. 11, and ESPN has the first pick of games at least once this season, so some of these may change...

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  11. Nick Saban Dubbed the Most Powerful Coach in Sports

    Do you think Nick Saban has power? Forbes magazine thinks so: Saban has been named the "most powerful coach in sports" in the Sep. 1 issue of Forbes...

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  12. Alabama Football: Notes from Two-A-Days

    With two-a-days starting and the nights getting cooler, kickoff is just around the corner for the Tide. Here are a few links and notes from practice so far: It seems in year two of ...

    Michael Hicks Written by Michael Hicks about 6 years ago 356 reads 1 comments

  13. Open-Mic: The Alabama Crimson Tide All- Time Lineup

    It's almost impossible to pick out the all time players in Alabama football history. With 12 national championship and a history so deep and rich in football tradition it seems like every player was an All-American...

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  14. Alabama Football: Five Tide Players named to Preseason All- SEC Team

    The University of Alabama had five players named to the 2008 Southeastern Conference Media Days preseason All-SEC Team. Junior tackle Andre Smith and senior defensive back Rashad Johnson were first-team picks...

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  15. Sec Media Days: Day Three

    It's the final day of this circus that is sec media days here are some of the highlights: Kentucky Coach Rich Brooks thinks highly of his defense and well he should Defensive ...

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  16. Alabama Football: Saban at SEC Media Days

    It's just not SEC media days until Nick Saban shows up. Over 900 members of the media and hundreds of Crimson Tide fans packed into the Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Al to hear the coach speak...

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  17. SEC Media Days: Day Two

    Georgia Mark Richt knows the expectations for this years team, "Every year we set goals. We want to win that first game, then the East to get to the SEC Championship Game, and then maybe we can go to the National Championship Game...

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  18. SEC Media Days: Day One

    Florida Tim Tebow stole the show in Hoover, Al for day one of SEC media days. The reigning Heisman Trophy winner vowed to play smarter in 2008, "I'm always looking to change and get better," said Tebow...

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  19. The 137th Open Championship from Royal Birkdale

    Yes even without Tiger they will still play the Open Championship this week. Woods is not bigger than any major but it does not feel the same around Royal Birkdale with him out. Here is a preview of the 137th Open Championship...

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  20. Alabama Football: The Legacy of John Parker Wilson

    John Parker Wilson came to The University of Alabama after a very decorated career at Hoover High School. He led the Bucs to a state title as a junior, passing for 2,800 yards and 27 TDs with just 10 interceptions...

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  21. 2008 All-Star Game: Who is in and Who got Snubbed.

    If this years All-Star game looks like a game between the Cubs and Red Sox, don't change the channel. Both teams will be well represented at Yankee stadium on July 15. The Cubs have a team-record seven players on the NL roster...

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  22. Breaking News: Sabathia To Milwaukee

    The Indians and Brewers have a deal in place that will send former Cy Young winner C.C. Sabathia to the Brewers for Double-A outfielder Matt LaPorta and two other minor leaguers in return...

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  23. Alabama Football: Rolando McClain Leads Tide Defense

    At the end of the 2007 season, the linebacker position didn't appear to have any issues. Only two starters needed to be replaced. Then Ezekial Knight went down with a heart ailment, making him a question mark for the 2008 season...

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  24. The All Star Game: The AL Team

    Here is the starting lineup for the 2008 American League All-Stars. The All-Star game is July 15 at Yankee Stadium. Catcher: Joe Mauer, Twins—Hitting .326 with 36 RBI Mauer is the best catcher in the league right now...

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  25. SEC Football: Harvin Leads List Of Top Wide Receivers In 2008

    The wide receiver position is loaded in the SEC. Here are the five players who will have the biggest impact in 2008. 1. Percy Harvin, Florida. He is the most feared player in the nation when he has the ball...

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