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Calvin Ridley Poised to Join Long List of All-Time Great Alabama WRs

The Alabama Crimson Tide's recruiting prowess continues with this latest wide receiver stud. Calvin Ridley, a 5-star WR from Pompano Beach, Florida, per 247Sports, will bring his rare speed and athleticism to Nick Saban's offense. Watch...Show More Summary

Xzavier Dickson to New England Patriots: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

The New England Patriots may not have dipped into their familiar Rutgers pipeline, but in selecting Alabama's Xzavier Dickson, the Pats returned to a familiar source of prospects. Bill Belichick's friendship with Nick Saban has led to...Show More Summary

Blake Sims' Farewell and Thank You to Nick Saban and Alabama

After four years on the bench and several positions changes, Blake Sims finally became Alabama’s starting quarterback in 2014. He went on to break Alabama’s single-season passing yards mark and lead the Crimson Tide to an SEC Championship. Show More Summary

Inside a Round of Golf with Urban Meyer and Nick Saban

As Urban Meyer and Nick Saban strolled to the first tee at the Reynolds Plantation resort on Lake Oconee just outside of Atlanta on Tuesday, college football's biggest coaching rivals found themselves in agreement. "This pairing didn...Show More Summary

Ultimate Preview Guide to Alabama's 2015 NFL Draft Class

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama and the NFL draft have gotten to know each other very well ever since Nick Saban got to Tuscaloosa. Saban didn ’t have a single player drafted after his first season, but it was off to the races after that....Show More Summary

Nick Saban describes how he choked in a golf tournament

Nick Saban describes how he choked in a golf tournament        

Nick Saban describes how he choked in a golf tournament

On the football field, Nick Saban is a serial winner. There’s no denying that. But the golf course is a different matter. Earlier this (...)

New Alabama head coach Avery Johnson touring with Nick Saban

Avery Johnson is touring with Nick Saban to get more familiar with being a head coach at Alabama.

B/R 5th Down: Nick Saban's Acting and Top CFB Social Stories of the Week

Editor's Note: The Fifth Down captures the top social college football stories of the week. Because the long, grueling offseason is underway, we'll focus on things that make us laugh, think or maybe cry, but mostly laugh. 1. Let's Critique...Show More Summary

SEC Football: Power Ranking Conference's 2015 Head Coaches

The SEC has evolved into a pseudo-all-star team of college head coaches. Five head coaches are currently in possession of SEC title rings, and three—Alabama's Nick Saban, LSU's Les Miles and South Carolina's Steve Spurrier—have national...Show More Summary

Alabama Football: Nick Saban's 3 Biggest Concerns Post-Spring Practice

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Nick Saban isn ’t going to take spring practice as a final gauge of where his team is. No, spring practice, he says, is only one step along the way. “It's almost like a midterm in school,” Saban said. It's not the final exam. Show More Summary

Nick Saban, Dabo Swinney the latest coaches in the South to oppose this recruiting tactic

Big Ten coaches have been steadily creeping into SEC territory with a practice SEC schools aren't allowed to use. Alabama head coach Nick Saban and Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney joined a long list of southern college football coaches...Show More Summary

Why Alabama Solved Its Biggest Issue During Spring Practice

Alabama head coach Nick Saban's reaction to the play of his quarterbacks in the 2015 spring game on Saturday wasn't exactly a ringing endorsement. "There can be no great conclusions drawn from anything that happened today, other than we were pleased in what we saw in some of the guys," he said in quotes emailed by Alabama. Show More Summary

Alabama Football: Winners and Losers from Crimson Tide's 2015 Spring Season

Spring practice has concluded for the Alabama Crimson Tide, and it was a very interesting one to say the least. From the quarterback battles, remodeling the secondary and the off-the-field issues, head coach Nick Saban is probably glad...Show More Summary

Alabama Spring Game 2015: Date, Start Time, TV Schedule, Live Stream and More

Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide look quite different as they head to their 2015 A-Day Game. The last time the globe saw the Crimson Tide, Blake Sims was the starting quarterback and the team lost a slugfest against Ohio State...Show More Summary

Crunch Time and Hiking Lists of Quotes

Monday meant crunch time for me. My husband is booked to have dinner with the almighty Alabama football coach, Nick Saban (don’t ask..), and I am now leaving a day earlier. That one day rushed me into a whirlwind. This week has consisted of letting myself get to the point of starving Marvin status before......

10 College Football Players Who Could Wind Up Coaching One Day

The life of a college football coach isn ’t easy. Sure, the multimillion-dollar salaries pulled down by FBS head coaches like Nick Saban, Urban Meyer and Jim Harbaugh look glamorous, but those coaches work hard and constantly for their...Show More Summary

Alabama Football: Breaking Down Crimson Tide's 2015 A-Day Rosters

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama’s A-Day rosters are officially here. While head coach Nick Saban likes to say that the practice groupings are for “organizational purposes” only, it’s fair to say that these groupings mean a little bit more. The format hasn ’t changed during Saban’s time at Alabama. Show More Summary

Who Deserves to Be the Highest-Paid Coach in CFB, Urban Meyer or Nick Saban?

According to Ohio State's official Twitter account, head coach Urban Meyer has signed a contract extension through the 2020 season. Meyer, who will be making $6.5 million per season, is still behind the highest-paid coach in college football, Nick Saban, who earns $6.9 million annually as head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide. Show More Summary

Alabama Football: Takeaways, Complete Stats from Tide's 2nd Spring Scrimmage

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The 2015 Alabama football team is still very much a work in progress. That was the message Nick Saban had after the Crimson Tide’s second scrimmage of the spring. “When you’re playing against yourself, when one side does good the other side has to do not-so-good,” Saban said. Show More Summary

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