Alabama Crimson Tide fans are still reeling from Saturday night’s incredible and improbable loss to the Auburn Tigers in the 78th rendition of the Iron Bowl. And it wasn’t just the spectacular ending—when Auburn’s Chris Davis ran a missed field goal attempt back for a touchdown with no time left on the clock—that has Bama [...]
Recapping the fantastic Iron Bowl finish and questioning Nick Saban’s decision to kick a 57-yard field goal. Plus, applause for Duke football and a preview of the Big Ten-ACC Challenge.
Alabama vs. Auburn lived up to the hype. With the score tied 28-28 and one second on the clock, Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban called for a 57-yard game-winning field-goal attempt from kicker Adam Griffith. The kick fell short, and Tigers return man Chris Davis returned it from the end zone all the way back for a score. Show More Summary
In the greatest Iron Bowl in history, No. 4 Auburn upset No. 1 Alabama 34-28 Saturday on a last-second touchdown. Tigers cornerback Chris Davis caught the Crimson Tide missed field goal in his own end zone and took it back all the way...Show More Summary
Alabama placekicker Cade Foster missed all three of his field goal attempts in last night's 34-28 loss to Auburn. Because of his bad night, Nick Saban brought in backup Adam Griffith, whose one and only miss was returned by Chris Davis for the game-winning touchdown. Show More Summary
After No. 4 Auburn's legendary 34-28 win over No. 1 Alabama Saturday night, Gus Malzahn was asked an interesting question. Malzahn stood before the media during his postgame press conference—and he was asked whether this victory wasShow More Summary
If there was ever a man, a team, a game that would take down Nick Saban's dynasty at Alabama, it'd be Gus Malzahn and the spread offense at Auburn in the Iron Bowl. Rivalry aside, Saban has always had trouble with spread offenses like what Malzahn has run for years. It's no secret that "St. Show More Summary
Plus four FCS wins, but who counts those?
Plus four FCS wins, but who counts those?
AUBURN, Ala. — It’s rare that a game lives up to its billing, especially when it’s hyped up like the 2013 “Mother of All Iron Bowls” was. But Saturday’s game was all that and more. It even had a signature “moment” or two that will go...Show More Summary
Why not throw a hail mary?
The No. 4 Auburn Tigers did what seemed impossible before Saturday and upset No. 1 Alabama, 34-28, at Jordan–Hare Stadium. A late review put one second on the clock, so Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide attempted a 57-yard field goal.Show More Summary
If there is any justice in the world, the stars will align this weekend and give us what we all really want: a Nick Saban-Steve Spurrier SEC championship game. The top coach in the game today, Saban, going against Spurrier, who revolutionized...Show More Summary
Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban has guided his powerhouse program to the No. 1 ranking in the BCS entering Saturday's Iron Bowl clash with the arch-rival Auburn Tigers. Saban is seeking his third consecutive national championship and is two wins away from being in position to obtain that achievement. Show More Summary
The 2013 Iron Bowl is already being touted as the best Iron Bowl ever. If you know anything about college football, you know that is saying something. The SEC Title, National Championship aspirations and Nick Saban's modern day dynasty will all be on the line on The Plains this weekend. Show More Summary
Will Nick Saban leave Alabama for the Texas Longhorns? Its a question that has been floating around the collegiate football world since the BCS Championship back in January. While Saban has slammed the rumors himself, they just won’t stop floating. Show More Summary
Did she just cost her family an extra $5 million a year?
Whether you take it with a grain of salt or as the cold-blooded truth, take solace, Alabama fans: The Sabans don’t plan on leaving Tuscaloosa anytime soon. The recent affirmation comes from Terry Saban, the wife of Crimson Tide headShow More Summary
Once again, Nick Saban is the highest-paid coach in college football. While that may not be a surprise, some of the other names among the 25 highest-paid coaches may raise some eyebrows. As college football revenue continues to skyrocket, salaries for coaches continue to go up even at schools that are not traditional powerhouses. Show More Summary
Respect The Process.