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SEC Players Concerned For 2020 Season
This morning the Washington Post published an article detailing the correspondence between SEC football players, conference leaders and medical advisors. It was clear in the audio and the quotes used in the article that there is a certain level of distrust between the players and the conference lead…
Bill Battle Hospitalized With COVID-19
Former Alabama Athletic Director, Bill Battle, has been hospitalized due to COVID-19. In a public statement he said he is expecting to make a full recovery, he is undergoing treatment and observation at UAB in Birmingham. Battle served as athletic director at the Capstone from 2013-17.

Nick Saban Gets His Scheduling Wish
As usual, Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban gets his wish. Saban has been clamoring for years for the SEC to increase its conference games from eight to nine. This past year he even made the case the conference should go to 10 games. While the longest tenured coach in the SEC has long been asking for mo…
Tuscaloosa Academy Makes Coaching Change
According to Gary Harris of The Gary Harris Show and Sports Director for WVUA23, Tuscaloosa Academy had relieved former Crimson Tide and Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman John Copeland of his football head coaching duties. Athletic Director, Todd Bradford will take over as interim head coach for …
SEC Reportedly Leaning to Conference Only Schedule
Ross Dellenger of SI.com reports that the SEC is moving closer to a 10-game conference only schedule. Dellenger reports that the conference Athletic Directors have already agreed on this model and the conference presidents will meet Thursday to discuss it, however the presidents may wait a week unti…
Tua Tagovailoa Passed Physical, Ready For Training Camp
Former Alabama quarterback and fifth overall draft-pick in this past year's draft, Tua Tagovailoa, has passed his physical and is ready to fully participate in Miami Dolphins training camp. Tagovailoa is fully recovered from the hip injury he endured in November while playing for the Crimson Ti…

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