After weeks of bitter nothingness, the air reeking of baseball and television reruns, football has returned. Well, talk of football at least.
It should be a great game, but the major gripe with the matchup is these teams couldn’t figure out a way to play a home-and-home series.
Most major college football programs have spring games; some charge an entrance fee, some are nationally televised. But Alabama’s “A-Day” spring game is different.
CSS: A lot can happen in one second.
AA: College Gameday came to Tuscaloosa, and I was able to get backstage.
I talked about things on the radio.
The last pod of the Spring.
The mildly anticipated film Draft Day hit theaters this weekend, and it made $9.8 million at the box office.
The decision to leave school a year early and turn professional can be difficult. For former Alabama safety Vinnie Sunseri, his final decision wasn’t made until the deadline.
After taking some unintentional, yet apparently needed time off, the Crimson Tide Weekly Podcast has returned.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The last pool press conference with AJ McCarron felt the same as the others.
If NBC would have been drastically outbid by Fox, ESPN or CBS, and they were broadcasting these Winter Olympics from Sochi, who would be their Bob Costas or Dan Patrick?