Alabama Crimson Tide, Quarterback
Jalen Hurts leads a group of six SEC players considered early 2017 Heisman candidates.
Here is where the SEC West's teams rank right now, from best on down.
Here are some of my favorite comments from this past week. It feels good to bust this feature out again after it being on hiatus for a while.
As we turn the page and look ahead to the 2017 campaign, here's a snapshot for each of the SEC's 14 member institutions in a hundred words or so.
The Alabama offense was at its best this season when Bo Scarbrough was the primary running back and relatively healthy. Unfortunately, that didn't happen very often.
Credit Clemson for its ability to make plays down the stretch, but there were some missed opportunities to put the game away in the second half for Alabama. Let’s rewind the tape and figure out what went wrong for the Tide.
Like Clemson, Florida State has essentially been running an SEC-level program for years. The Crimson Tide won't have an edge in terms of pure talent.
There will be no dancing on the Crimson Tide's grave. They're not dead yet. So long as Nick Saban is in charge, the road to the title goes through Tuscaloosa.
Alabama failed in its bid to win a fifth national championship in eight seasons, losing a 35-31 thriller to Clemson at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.
Alabama will rack up a record number of points as its running game matches scores (and then some) with Deshaun Watson and the Clemson aerial attack.