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SCOTUS decision could shake up the blue-blood list

The U.S. – not a federal district court, not a circuit court, not a municipal judge hearing traffic ticket cases in Russellville – ruled, by a 9-0 count, that the NCAA basically cannot maintain its stranglehold on eligibility and tie it to money received for the use of name, image or likeness (NIL for short).

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Alabama 2021: Returning players, new signees battle to keep the dynasty going

Alabama's 18th national is in the books, and with it, the depletion of talent across the Tide's depth chart. While Alabama certainly brings in more elite talent than most other schools, it also loses more, primarily to the NFL but also to the NCAA transfer portal.

Recruiting 2020: Tide lands another solid class

For a program accustomed to leading the recruiting rankings and setting records year after year for average class strength, the 2020 class for Alabama was about as ho-hum as top-three/top-four classes can get (.com/ ranked Alabama's class in a tie for third with Ohio State, behind No. 2 Clemson and No. 1 ).

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SCOTUS decision could shake up the blue-blood list

The U.S. Supreme Court – not a federal district court, not a state circuit court, not a municipal judge hearing traffic ticket cases in Russellville – ruled, by a 9-0 count, that the NCAA basically cannot maintain its stranglehold on eligibility and tie it to money received for the use of name, image or likeness (NIL for short).
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