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Alabama football schedule 2017: Opponents, scores, results, and more

The Tide’s updated schedule info, including the numbers on how hard each of their remaining games will be. The basics: Alabama’s quest to win its fifth national championship of the Nick Saban era, halted by Clemson in 2016’s title game rematch, resumes as if nothing changed. Show More Summary

Even Nick Saban is still talking about the Falcons’ 28-3 blown lead against the Patriots

Never forget. The Atlanta Falcons will never be safe from someone bringing up their 28-3 blown lead against the New England Patriots in last year’s Super Bowl. The most recent person to do it? Well, none other than Alabama head coach Nick Saban. Show More Summary

College football Coach's Call of the Week: Vote for which decision had the biggest impact

2 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

Iowa's Kirk Ferentz, USC's Clay Helton, Alabama's Nick Saban and UCLA's Jim Mora are up for opening weekend's call of the week.        

Alabama's Nick Saban says assistant coach Mike Locksley's son killed

2 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

Son of Alabama assistant coach Mike Locksley was killed over the weekend, head coach Nick Saban said on Monday.        

Florida State showed Alabama’s beatable ... if you’re elite on all 3 sides of the ball

The Tide are still the country’s safest national title bet, but a safe bet is far from a guarantee. Nick Saban has adapted with the times throughout his time as Alabama's head coach. The five-time national champion might’ve furrowed his brow as he adopted spread offense principles, but he still did so. Show More Summary

Alabama is back and more in 10 things we learned this college football weekend

Check out the top 10 things we learned during the first full Saturday of college football action. Alabama is back – or perhaps Nick Saban’s team actually left. There were no lingering effects from that last-second loss to Clemson in the national title game Saturday. The Crimson Tide demonstrated...

This beautiful transcription typo has a reporter asking Nick Saban about 'ass moss fear'

Alabama football beat Florida State handily on college football’s opening weekend, 24-7. It wasn’t the close No. 1 vs. No. 3 game everyone had hoped for, and the Seminole’s quarterback Deondre Francois got injured in the fourth quarter,...Show More Summary

Nick Saban’s destroyed his former assistants by 30 ppg. Jimbo Fisher’s next up

Can the Florida State head coach become the first Saban protege to beat the master? The coaches at the center of the Alabama-Florida State mega-game on Sept. 2 (8 p.m. ET, ABC) used to work together. Bama’s Nick Saban was the head coach at LSU from 2000 to 2004, before a two-year stint in the NFL gave way to his run of dominance in Tuscaloosa. Show More Summary

Pac-12 football coaches again face strength-of-schedule issue

It didn’t take long for the new college football season to revive a classic debate over strength of schedule and marquee programs padding their nonconference record with underdogs. Nick Saban — whose top-ranked Alabama team has taken the opposite tack, starting against third-ranked Florida State...

Nick Saban's 'process' could help Alabama Football overcome glaring depth issues

Alabama faces gaping holes on offense and defense this season, but Nick Saban's 'process' exists

ESPN disciplines The Undefeated’s Mike Wise for tweeting fake Nick Saban quotes

ESPN announced Tuesday it has ‘disciplined’ Mike Wise, a senior writer for The Undefeated, for tweeting fake Nick Saban quotes meant to parody the coach’s comments on the solar eclipse. Wise’s since-deleted tweets, meant as a joke, fell completely flat. Show More Summary

Football Practice or the Eclipse? It Depends on the Coach

South Carolina’s Will Muschamp and Alabama’s Nick Saban had little time for Monday’s eclipse if it was to intrude on their preparations for the season.

Alabama is the preseason No. 1. So what good is that?

It seems that a couple of things about this Monday don’t particularly exhilarate Nick Saban. The Alabama coach doesn’t seem to care much about the solar eclipse. He appears even less excited about his team sitting atop the preseason AP Top 25 poll. Though the Crimson Tide was the overwhelming choice...

Nick Saban is the reason you should watch the solar eclipse - CNET

Commentary: Asked about whether his Alabama football team will be given time to watch the eclipse, the coach offers a fascinating reply.

Nick Saban and the Alabama football team have little time for the solar eclipse

Alabama Coach Nick Saban owns a lake house in Clayton, Ga., which might be a popular town to visit Monday. It’s one of the few cities in America where the total solar eclipse will pass over, meaning for roughly 150 seconds beginning around 2:36 p.m., anyone there with special sunglasses and an ability to angle their head […]

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