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ALABAMA MASKS: Alabama Gov. Ivey has issued a state-wide Mask Order that goes into effect at 5pm on Thursday, 7/16. A lot of different 'Bama masks and bundles are available in our online store at TideFansStore.com. Get Yours and WEAR IT with pride. There are also many masks available for other sports and teams. Purchases made through our TideFansStore.com links may result in a commission being paid to TideFans.
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Commentary: How a season affected by Covid-19 might shake out

Typically at this time of the year, you'd be reading a story either previewing or recapping Alabama's A-Day game, and getting you ready for TideFans.com's annual summer team previews prior to college football heading into fall camps. Things are different in 2020, though. Much different. They are different in Tuscaloosa, in Auburn, in Fayetteville, in Lexington – and very different in places like New York City and Seattle.

Health crisis overshadows scheduled start of Alabama’s postseason run

Where to watch: No. 9 Alabama (16-15 - #60 KenPom rating) vs. No. 8 Tennessee (17-14 - #68) - Today noon Central, Bridgestone Arena...
Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Commentary: Thoughts on a basketball interregnum

With Avery Johnson officially out after four seasons as Alabama’s basketball coach, a few scattered thoughts... Defections are coming, but that would have happened either way:

A rolling tide, a cresting wave: Bryant-Denny will never be the same

Sometime close to the moment I snapped this picture a thought occurred to me. There will never be this many people at an Iron Bowl again. Next year’s game is in Auburn, where the stadium capacity is around 87,000. By the time it returns to Tuscaloosa, Bryant-Denny will be in the middle of a renovation that will add more bells and whistles and expensive hangouts for those with the cash and inclination to enjoy such.
Oct 14, 2017; Knoxville, TN, USA; Tennessee Volunteers former head coach Phillip Fulmer during the game against the South Carolina Gamecocks at Neyland Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

UT madness hints at even greater problems beneath the surface

When the sun rose Friday, it found Ole Miss facing the NCAA Committee on Infractions, and Phil Fulmer was headed back to Tennessee to run the football program.
Oct 28, 2017; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Florida Gators head coach Jim McElwain walks off the field as he lost to the Georgia Bulldogs at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

No choice for SEC ADs other than to be patient

As Sunday rolled along and the sports world tried to figure out whether Florida’s Jim McElwain had been fired or not (he had), the focus of the day suddenly turned to the SEC’s coaching carousel. And this is October...
Feb 1, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; New England Patriots tight ends coach Brian Daboll during Super Bowl XLIX against the Seattle Seahawks at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Patriots defeated the Seahawks 28-24. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Short Yardage: Alabama to run with Daboll; Ole Miss in a mess

If there was ever a doubt that Nick Saban had seen just about all he could stand of Lane Kiffin’s growing infatuation with finesse offensive schemes, hiring Brian Daboll from the New England Patriots as the Crimson Tide’s new offensive coordinator ought to erase those doubts.

Emmert is right to expect change

For about the last 30 years, which is about the time college football went from being a major sport to a really major sport, the NCAA's governance has been spotty, capricious and devoid of logic. Student-athletes are still punished for things like washing their car with a hose attached to an athletic department-owned complex. Meanwhile, the NCAA's investigative staff mishandles more major cases and potential major cases than it gets right.
Apr 20, 2013; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide Red Team defensive back Vinnie Sunseri (3) scores a touchdown on an interception by a pass thrown by White Team quarterback AJ McCarron (10) during the annual A-Day game at Bryant Denny Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

A-Day wrap-up: Some questions left unanswered after sloppy game

As it often seems to be the case, A-Day 2013 turned more into a discussion of what Alabama has left to do than what it has already accomplished. Several questions were left unanswered after a game that was, frankly, sloppy and a bit disorganized. Alabama turned the ball over eight times and two other fumbles were recovered by the offense, while quarterbacks appeared ready to throw into any coverage rather than take a two-hand-touch sack.

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