TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Like all of his teammates, University of Alabama senior running back Kenyan Drake has been getting the question from just about everyone imaginable: family, friends and even total strangers. They all want to know “Who’s going to be the Crimson Tide’s quarterback?” and Drake has been giving them all the same answer. Show More Summary
With students around the country going back to school and football season quickly approaching, Oregon Ducks mascot Puddles made a video to get students to pledge their allegiance to the best house at Oregon— Autzen Stadium. And he had some fun making it at the University of Alabama's expense. Show More Summary
One of the great things about college football is that on every team there are certain players nearly every fan can’t help but root for, even in the Southeastern Conference. In recent history maybe it was Alabama offensive lineman Barrett...Show More Summary
Tosh.0 Get More: Comedy Central Alabama football coach Nick Saban has issues with a new unauthorized biography about him. Comedy Central's Daniel Tosh seems to have issues with Saban. Perfect. In a sketch on "Tosh.O" Tuesday, Tosh read excerpts of the book to a bunch of little kids while providing his own colorful commentary. Show More Summary
With Michigan's season opener against Utah taking place next Thursday night, we are nearly one week away from the start of Big Ten football. And with Wisconsin taking on Alabama and Ohio State facing Virginia Tech, the conference should...Show More Summary
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The University of Alabama football program won a title last season, two actually. You wouldn ’t know it by the way everyone has talked about the Crimson Tide since—media, fans, even students. If it was another sport,...Show More Summary
Standout Florida defensive back Cyrus Fagan is focused on a pair of college football programs that contend for championships on a perennial basis. The 4-star safety identified Alabama and Florida State as front-runners for his commitment during a discussion with Ryan Bartow of 247Sports. Show More Summary
There's a new era set to begin at Rancho Verde, where former Corona Santiago Coach Jeff Steinberg has brought along his passing attack previously run by prep All-American quarterback Blake Barnett (now at Alabama).
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — To the surprise of no one, the University of Alabama football team closed training camp and held its second and final preseason scrimmage last week without naming a starting quarterback. Nick Saban did the same thing...Show More Summary
It's almost game week, and there are still numerous lingering questions that are dominating the college football conversation around the SEC. From quarterback questions at Alabama, Georgia and elsewhere, a crowded backfield at Auburn...Show More Summary
Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the upcoming season. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1 team.
After winning the national championship a year ago by beating Alabama and Oregon in the first College Football Playoff, the Ohio State Buckeyes are starting the 2015 college football season just where they finished it—at the top of the Associated Press poll. With a pair of quarterbacks like Cardale Jones and J.T. Show More Summary
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump looked at the crowd gathered for his rally at a 40,000-seat college football stadium in Mobile, Alabama, saying he now knows how evangelist Billy Graham felt. He also said the book he likes the most is the Bible.
Roughly 20,000 people showed up at a football stadium in Mobile, Alabama, for a Donald Trump campaign rally
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Because University of Alabama officials are known for milking every last dollar out of the revenue streams stemming from Crimson Tide football, they might look back on the 2015 training camp and see a missed opportunity. The...Show More Summary
While thousands streamed into a football stadium Friday evening in Mobile, Alabama to see Donald Trump, a much smaller crowd of committed conservatives unwound at a bar and mused over the good, the bad and the unknown of the unlikely Republican presidential front-runner. Show More Summary
Prior to Donald Trump's (not-so-) massive Friday evening rally at an Alabama football stadium, MSNBC's Joy Reid offered her take on who composes the majority of the billionaire developer's support base.
On Friday night, Donald Trump and his red “Make America Great Again” baseball cap headed down to the Ladd-Peebles football stadium in Mobile, Alabama, where, in a long and rambling address, he regaled a crowd estimated by police and fire officials at around twenty thousand people. Show More Summary
“It was the most audacious Donald Trump spectacle yet in a summer full of them, as the Republican presidential front-runner, in his Boeing 757, thundered over a football stadium here Friday night and gave a raucous speech to one of [...]
Donald Trump arrived in Mobile, Ala., for his biggest rally yet in typically bombastic style: in a private jet that had just flown several laps around the football stadium where thousands of his supporters were waiting.