Arrests mar what should have been an exciting week

  By Jess Nicholas TideFans.com Editor-In-Chief March 29, 2015 The arrests of Alabama starting safety Geno Smith and presumptive starting nosetackle Jonathan Taylor over the weekend have cast...

After week off, Bama back on the court against Murray State

By Chris DePew TideFans.com Staff Nov. 26, 2018 Where to watch: Murray State (3-0 - #112 Pomeroy Rating) vs. Alabama (4-1 - #61) - Today 7 p.m....

2014 Previews: Projected SEC standings and top 25

Projected 2014 SEC standings SEC East SEC West Team Overall SEC Team Overall SEC 1. Georgia 12-1 8-0 1. Alabama 11-1 7-1 2. South Carolina 11-1 7-1 2. LSU 10-2 6-2 3. Florida 7-5 4-4 3. Auburn 9-3 5-3 4. Missouri 7-5 4-4 4. Ole Miss 9-3 5-3 5. Vanderbilt 6-6 2-6 5. Texas A&M 8-4 4-4 6. Tennessee 4-8 1-7 6. Mississippi State 7-5 3-5 7. Kentucky 3-9 0-8 7. Arkansas 3-9 0-8   Preseason...
Dec 31, 2016; Atlanta, GA, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide running back Bo Scarbrough (9), head coach Nick Saban, and linebacker Ryan Anderson (22) hold up their trophies after the game against the Washington Huskies in the 2016 CFP Semifinal at the Georgia Dome. Alabama defeated Washington 24-7. Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

Washington recap: Ugly win sends Bama to title game

Alabama will get the winner of Ohio State-Clemson next, which will provide someone a rematch opportunity. If Clemson is the opponent, Alabama will need to figure out how to get better production in the passing game. The Tigers are not nearly as easy to shut down offensively as was Washington, thanks to Deshaun Watson’s higher-quality skill set.
Jan 1, 2016; New Orleans, LA, USA; Mississippi Rebels head coach Hugh Freeze prepares to take his team onto the field to play the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the 2016 Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

Previews 2016: Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Texas A&M

The offseason has been a turbulent one for Ole Miss, more so the result of an NCAA investigation into recruiting violations than anything happening on the field. The Rebels have been effective spoilers under Hugh Freeze, but haven’t shown the mental toughness necessary yet to take the final step and win the division. Now, Ole Miss will have to prove it can take that final step while dealing with off-field distractions and replacing starters at over half the positions on the field.
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SEC Preview and Predictions: Week 4

The Predictions Dept. is off to a decent start in 2018, and with Week 4, the focus begins to turn toward intraconference matchups. There are several intriguing contests this weekend, not the least of which is Alabama-Texas A&M, but others like South Carolina-Vanderbilt and even the once-great Florida-Tennessee rivalry have postseason implications.

Texas A&M: Team Overview

The Texas A&M Aggies arrive in the SEC as the new kid on the block, a fitting proposition given that much of this team...
Oct 8, 2016; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Trevor Knight (8) celebrates after scoring the game winning touchdown during the second overtime against the Tennessee Volunteers at Kyle Field. The Aggies defeated the Volunteers 45-38 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Texas A&M preview: Bama will see a familiar face in battle for SEC West

If this turns out to be yet another national championship year for Alabama, fans and sportswriters alike have a game they like to play: Find the one or two teams Alabama will struggle with on its way to the playoffs. Texas A&M is playing better than anyone left on Alabama’s schedule, and while LSU is more talented (and perhaps Auburn is as well), the Aggies seem to have jelled behind new offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone, and the leadership of Knight.
Aug 4, 2013; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban throws a football during practice at Bryant Denny Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Liles-USA TODAY Sports

Virginia Tech preview: Hokies trying to sneak up on the Tide in opener

All logic would suggest Alabama should win this game by two or three scores. The ACC has been at a disadvantage lately in almost every interconference matchup of note, and the Hokies come into the season fresh off a 7-6 campaign in 2012 that saw few offensive sparks, and resulted in a change at offensive coordinator. Additionally, fall camp has been a minefield for the Hokies, with several key players expected to miss this game.

3-point line a two-way trap against Commodores

By Chris DePew TideFans.com Staff Jan. 7, 2017 Where to watch: Vanderbilt (8-6, 2-0 SEC) at Alabama (8-5, 1-0) - Today 6 p.m. Central, Coleman Coliseum, ESPNU Who...

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