Alabama Crimson Tide, Defensive Line, #93
Leesburg, Va.2013 Recruit
A typical NFL offense runs about 60-65 plays per game. In terms of actual snaps, some college teams are playing a game and a half every Saturday.
With so many players, scouts and media on hand for the East-West Shrine Game, it was the perfect time to do a poll.
One position on each SEC team -- on the field or on the sidelines -- that most needs to thrive during the offseason for a successful fall.
After emotional loss in Monday night's championship game, outgoing seniors thank Alabama fans for a great college experience.
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.
After imitating Deshaun Watson, Alabama's Jalen Hurts now trying to beat him in biggest game of his life
After one of the best campaigns ever assembled by a freshman passer in the SEC, Jalen Hurts is no longer imitating Deshaun Watson. He's facing him in the biggest game of his life with a national title at stake.
"The Process." If you've seen more than a quarter of Alabama football during the Nick Saban regime, then you're familiar with the term.
Bo Scarbrough might be in line for his biggest workload of the season in the College Football Playoff Championship Game.
Alabama is back on the cusp of another national championship and in a rematch with Clemson, no less. It’s a game with more historical implications, but for the Crimson Tide, it provides the opportunity to complete a perfect journey. This is the story of a season that started with questions at quarterback and could end with a fifth national title during Nick Saban's decade of dominance.