Friday, November 16, 2007

Tide articles this week

Alabama's Tiffin turning into Mr. Reliable Fox 6 Birmingham
"Leigh Tiffin is turning into Mr. Reliable for Alabama, making long and short kicks, big ones and not-so-big ones. It's a big transformation from the freshman kicker who had a disastrous game against Arkansas as a freshman and even from the guy who started the season in shaky fashion. Tiffin made four field goals, including a 50-yarder and a 51-yarder, in a 17-12 loss at Mississippi State. Tiffin has now made nine straight and is 21-of-28 this season, ranking third nationally with 2.10 field goals made per game."

Alabama Crimson Tide's Chris Capps still working to be starter despite criticism B'ham News
Wayne Brantley reads your posts on Internet message boards. The former Landmark Christian (Ga.) School football coach hears your calls to talk radio shows, too. He is sensitive to the often-harsh criticism of his former star pupil Chris Capps, now a University of Alabama senior tackle. Sometimes, he just doesn't get it.

Alabama notebook Huntsville Times Britt's mother to attend La.-Monroe game
TUSCALOOSA - Senior guard Justin Britt will play his final game at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday. And his mom, Vera, plans on being there to see it. Britt said Tuesday his mom would be at the game less than two months after sustaining life-threatening head injuries in a fall Oct. 6.

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