Alabama Football

Alabama Receives Rings and Eats Steak and Beans
The Alabama Crimson Tide's spring season officially came to a close last weekend with the A-Day game in Bryant-Denny Stadium. The White team emerged victorious over the Crimson team 13-10, therefore, per tradition the White team got to celebrate by eating a steak dinner while the Crimson team w…
2021 A-Day in Photos
The annual A-Day scrimmage between the Crimson and White teams returned this year, and with it a sense of normalcy washed over Tuscaloosa.
Agiye Hall: Alabama's Newest Addition to WRU?
Three things are certain in life - death, taxes, and a consistent stream of incredibly talented Alabama receivers. This statement was reinforced on Saturday when “number 17” for the “Crimson Team” was outrunning everybody during the annual A-Day game.
Patrick Surtain Sr. Reflects on His Son's Recruitment
Surtain II came to Alabama as a consensus five-star recruit and was ranked as the top cornerback nationally by all major recruiting outlets in 2018. As a senior at American Heritage high school in Plantation, Florida, Surtain II was a Second Team All-American selection by MaxPreps and First Team All…
Saban Shares a Warning with His Players
Following Saturday's scrimmage, Nick Saban spoke to the media and while most of his post game press conference was filled with inquiries and answers about certain players' performances, one moment, in particular, stood out.
Running Backs Show Pass Catching Abilities At A-Day
The Alabama running back group is lead by senior, Brian Robinson who did not participate this A-Day. However, The white team was lead by Roydell Williams who had 12 carries for 43 yards and 4 catches for 65 yards. Crimson team saw Jase McClellan shine out the backfield as well with 12 carries 46 yar…

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