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Former Tide player returns with revenge on his mind

Former Tide player returns with revenge on his mind

A ghost of Christmas past. Never able to make the jump to full-time starter at Alabama, Justin Coleman sat out a transfer season, blossomed into a volume shooter who also racked up assists in one year at Samford.

Shakeup in starting 5 could be on tap for Georgia State

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Shakeup in starting 5 could be on tap for Georgia State

very Johnson has broken character by going with the same starting lineup each game this year, but Smith’s lack of production sticks out like a sore thumb.

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Georgia wrap-up: A story too preposterous for Hollywood, but still so very real

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Georgia wrap-up: A story too preposterous for Hollywood, but still so very real

From now until the day that football ceases to be played, is Jalen Hurts’ legacy, and someone should carve it into the precast concrete of Mercedes-Benz Stadium for good measure: Here played a true teammate, unselfish and honorable, a good man and leader of men, a champion. Here was where Jalen Hurts was finally appreciated for the winner he always was.

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BAMA WINS SEC CHAMPIONSHIP! 35-28 (Get the hat & t-shirt!)

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BAMA WINS SEC CHAMPIONSHIP!  35-28  (Get the hat & t-shirt!)

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Georgia preview: A rematch in name only, as so much has changed

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Georgia preview: A rematch in name only, as so much has changed

The last time we saw the Georgia Bulldogs, they – like everyone else in the college football world – were staring, dumbfounded, at an Atlanta scoreboard trying to make sense of what they had just witnessed.

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Projected Depth Chart for Alabama vs. Georgia

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Projected Depth Chart for Alabama vs. Georgia

This is not an official University of Alabama document. The depth chart is taken from individual practice and game observations, and is color-coded.

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Tide needs Donta Hall back on his horse as they face down Knights

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Tide needs Donta Hall back on his horse as they face down Knights

Alabama, which has outrebounded every opponent so far, is one the country’s better teams on the offensive boards and when it comes to limiting the opponent’s rebounds. But the Knights feast on the glass, averaging 42.8 per game (15th nationally).

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

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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.

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

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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. Central, Coleman Coliseum, SEC Network-Plus (online only) Who to watch: Herbert Jones. So much was expected out Jones in his second year that can be easy to overlook […]

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Auburn wrap-up: Necessary or not, Bama makes its statement

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Auburn wrap-up: Necessary or not, Bama makes its statement

Auburn’s strategy was obviously to survive the Alabama first-half storm, keep the game close, then do something heroic in the second half. Such a strategy, though, oversamples early-season results and fails to account for the Alabama of the recent. Alabama may have started the year running up huge numbers and then sitting on the leads, which led to some artificial second-half statistics that implied the Tide couldn’t play after the half.

These days? Ask LSU. Ask The Citadel. And now, ask Auburn.

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