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ULM Wrap-up: Bama gets its revenge, but did the Tide get better?

ULM Wrap-up: Bama gets its revenge, but did the Tide get better?

Against an opponent like Louisiana-Monroe, there isn’t much a team like Alabama can do to make the experience a worthwhile endeavor.

Teams like Alabama are expected to win, win big, not struggle, keep everyone healthy, all without showing the next opponent anything of substance. Fail to accomplish one thing from that list and the game is often viewed as a failure, regardless of outcome.

Looking back at the Class of 2008

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Looking back at the Class of 2008

Over the last three years, TideFans.com and NARCAS have taken a look back at old recruiting rankings, partially as a self-check, but also to see how players had progressed since arriving on campus. The mark of a “great” class, five years after the fact, is generally considered appropriate when between 55 to 60 percent of the class becomes a front-line contributor at some point over the course of their career (“front-line contributor” defined as being a starter, or a second-teamer with a key role).

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Will Alabama finally surpass the “Golden Age” Dynasty of Coach Bryant?

In the sixties and seventies, Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant established a “dynasty” at Alabama that made them the team of those decades. He ended his 25 year career at Alabama with six national titles.

But is Nick Saban about to establish his own dynasty and what are the chances that it could surpass those of the legendary “Bear” Bryant’s best decades?

You decide…

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[Guest Commentary] 20 Years In The Making: Ranking The SEC Championship Games

The 20th SEC Championship game will be played this December in Atlanta, so today we take a look back and rank the 19 previous games from worst to first.

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Wednesday Practice Report:White speaks on WR battle

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Alabama football team took to the practice field this morning for its final two-a-day workouts before finishing the day with an evening workout.

The Crimson Tide completed practices No. 15 and 16 of the 28 workouts leading up to their season-opener against Kent State on September 3 at Bryant-Denny Stadium. The first session of Wednesday’s two practices began at 9:30 with a two hour workout in full pads and the second session in shells got under way at 7:30.

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