Monday, July 16, 2007

A few more articles from June 2007

Vote: College football's top moments - ESPN
For over 100 years the college gridiron has given sports fans plenty to talk about. Bitter rivalries, larger-than-life personalities, dynasties, and, of course, controversies are what give college football one of the richest histories on the American sports landscape. With that in mind,'s Ivan Maisel put together a list of college football's 100 defining moments.

Stacy learning off field - Mobile Press Register
Life is going just fine for former Alabama running back Siran Stacy in the second phase of his adult life, or A.F. -- After Football.

Croyle ready to run offense, walk down aisle - Mobile Press-Register

This has been quite a summer for Kansas City Chiefs and former Alabama quarterback Brodie Croyle, and it's far from complete. The Crimson Tide's all-time career passing yards leader is making news both on the football field and off. He's aiming to make more news as the upcoming NFL season approaches. Saturday, Croyle, his father John (the founder and director of the Big Oak Boys and Girls Ranches and a former Crimson Tide defensive end) and his brother-in-law John David Phillips (also a former Alabama quarterback) joined several others at Jeremiah Castille's AC Celebrity golf tournament at The Golf Club at The Wharf.

Early Pick: Saban top story so far
A year ago at this juncture, halfway through 2006, the top stories concerned Alabama linebacker Juwan Simpson's legal trouble and Tide coach Mike Shula coming off a 10-2 season. Would anyone like to take a guess on what has been the top story so far in 2007? Of course, the story from day one until now has been Nick Saban. Something tells me that won't change much in the coming months.

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