Monday, September 10, 2007

Bama news this week

A good start but still a long way to go Cecil Hurt

Grant, defense lead Tide to win Crimson White

Alabama-Vanderbilt notebook: Hall at 2000 and counting Tuscaloosa News

Alabama's next three games... Sporting News

Tide to open 2008 with Clemson? Columbus Ledger

Football and faithAuthor combines two loves into book on the Crimson Tide and their Christian ties Tuscaloosa News

Bear's shadow looms large in Tuscaloosa Sporting News

Alabama's next 3 games will supply answers about whether Crimson Tide is back Sporting News

McFadden Returns To Place Where It All Began Hawgs

Eddie Robinson Portrait Is Symbol of Saban’s Respect For Legendary Coach
"Seest thou a man diligent in his business? He shall stand before kings; he shall not stand before mean men." Proverbs 22

Kines' coaching career may be over, but he's still preaching college football

Alabama Crimson Tide Site, News

"Although the game was a sellout (39,773), a clear majority of fans were rooting for Alabama. “It surprised me when I got off the bus," Saban said. “It’s almost like playing a home game. There was a lot of red out there."

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