The SEC football nation has been rocked by the news that Alabama Coach Nick Saban has COVID. Y’all, the fact that one of the state’s most influential figures has the virus serves as an important reminder that the pandemic ain’t over and we should continue implementing safe practices in our everyday routines.Continue reading “4 local icons who’ve contracted COVID and what you can do now.”
Regions Tradition will once again become the football capital of the South Wednesday, May 8. Many of the south’s legendary coaches and players are set take to the Greystone Golf and Country Club course for the Regions Tradition Pro-Am Day. We’ve got all the details on who to expect on the course. Also, where to score autographs around the grounds.Continue reading “23 celebrities you don’t want to miss at the Regions Tradition Pro-Am Day Wednesday, May 8”
Bryant-Denny Stadium is gearing up for multi-phase renovations. Here’s a look at the upgrades to expect. Continue reading “University of Alabama shares plans for multi-phase renovations to Bryant-Denny Stadium”
On Wednesday May 16, 2018, history will be made.
Are you ready for college football!
In hopes of visiting all 50 states, Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan are traveling across the south to gain insight into different communities, and the people who hold them together.
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Whether naughty or nice, Ole Saint Nick (a.k.a – Nick Saban – bet you didn’t catch that one) is comin for ya…
Fans, ask your favorite coach about his thoughts on the Tides success and SEC presence.
The win over Tennessee is a current point of pride for the Tide, but as we all know, Saban just wants to improve; we may never understand the somewhat discontentment with performance, but what ever it is, keep doin it man!
The “Hey Coach!” talk show is an opportunity for fans, and loyal Finebaum callers, to ask the man himself their questions. This can be quite magical for some.
The weekly radio show is recorded live from Bob’s Victory Grille in Tuscaloosa on Thursday night.
– Rainer Sabin, AL.com
“IF YOU WANT TO KNOW THE TRUTH OF IT, I WASN’T PLEASED WITH HOW WE PLAYED.” Nick Saban, following No. 1 Alabama’s 52-6 win over Southern California.
School is back in session and Alabama football is right around the corner!
Follow along with our three-part series on the University of Alabama and the growing city of Tuscaloosa. We’re giving you an inside look at restaurants, breweries, art and all things T-Town and kicking it off with a little introduction to the University of Alabama.
“Enjoy the Moment” – Coach Nick Saban
Tim Tebow and Marty Smith ‘invited’ themselves to Coach Saban’s lake house. When asked what’s the greatest threat to excellence?
Complacency (is the greatest threat to excellence). Being satisfied with where you are. Complacency creates a blatant disregard for doing what’s right. You can’t do what you feel like doing. You have to choose the things that are going to help you achieve the goals that you have. When you get complacent, you lose respect for winning. – Coach Nick Saban
ESPN was given a behind the scenes tour with Coach Nick Saban. Turns out he first met Miss Terry at a middle school science camp. Continue reading “A Day in the Life of Coach Saban”
Past players, for Nick Saban, have proclaimed…
“He wants to win, but he wants us to be better men…”
It is more about the players and how they are developing as men, not just how they develop as better athletes.
The long battle with Alabama seems to be resolving for Crimson Tide player Maurice Smith. Smith has been approved for release. Smith has voiced plans to transfer to Georgia where he’ll play for the Bulldogs. Bye, bye, Maurice.