Tommy Hicks - Press-Register
As hard as it is to believe the SEC has won six straight titles, it’s sometimes just as hard to believe the streak will end.
Can Alabama stop Michigan’s Denard Robinson? Can Auburn adjust to the schemes of its new coordinators?
SPANISH FORT, Alabama – The smile on Wallace Gilberry’s face was reflected back to him many times over. As he stood on Spanish Fort High School’s practice field, kids all around him at the third Wallace Gilberry Camp, he received dozens of remi…
At one point, Foster said he was going to sign with Alabama in February. On Thursday, he said he would sign with Auburn.
The third annual Wallace Gilberry Camp powered by The Athlete Factory is set for Saturday at Spanish Fort High School, with former Alabama stars Trent Richardson and Mark Barron scheduled to appear.
This year will be a season where the players on the defensive and offensive lines get their due. The performance of the players up front will greatly impact how the season unfolds, which teams enjoy success and which teams fall short of their go…
Now that a four-team playoff for college football’s biggest division is becoming a reality, fans who have argued for its employment in determining the national champion will have to look elsewhere to vent.
There appears to be a roadblock, or at least a slowing of the train, toward a playoff at college football’s highest level.
SEC football coaches have found something they can agree on: The top four teams in the country, not conference champions only, should be selected to play for the national championship in an expected four-team playoff.
“I think when you look at the base premise of playing good offensive football and the way coach (Nick) Saban has done it over time, you look at the ability to run the football and the ability not to turn the football over,” he said prior to an appearance at the 18th annual DEX Imaging-L’Arche Football Preview Thursday night at South Alabama’s Mitchell Center.
Missouri and Texas A&M officials will be on site for the first time, and commissioner Mike Slive will announce that the league has once again set a record for revenue sharing and they will celebrate the millions of dollars each of the schools will receive.
In two years, the championship race will be considerably different, but it’s not the only thing changing.
Phil Savage said he can’t wait to get started in his new role as executive director of the Senior Bowl, although he admitted Wednesday he originally turned down the opportunity.
“I have tremendous respect for Phil, his work ethic and the great job that he’ll do for the Senior Bowl,” said Alabama football coach Nick Saban.
MOBILE, Alabama — Former NFL general manager Phil Savage has been named executive director of the Senior Bowl, officials of the college football all-star game announced Tuesday afternoon. Savage will officially be introduced as the leader Senio…