CECIL HURT: Alabama football team already looking ahead

As the Alabama football team left the field last Saturday after the A-Day Game, divided into a Crimson team and a White team, the annual reality of four months without college football set in. There will be some scrimmaging...

PODCAST: Final Thoughts from Spring Football 2019

Ben Jones, Cecil Hurt and Terrin Waack recap the end of Alabama's 2019 spring practice and the A-Day game. They talk about which freshmen are already establishing roles for themselves, the depth on defense, how the passing game looked...

VIDEO: Inside the 2019 A-Day game

TideSports' Terrin Waack was chosen to be media coach for the Crimson Team during yesterday's A-Day game, and here's video she compiled from some of the shots she got behind the scenes: https://youtu.be/n8DZmOM0eNI

Alabama captains honored by Walk of Fame induction

By Drew Taylor Staff Writer No words were needed between them. As former Crimson Tide center Ross Pierschbacher spoke to reporters at Denny Chimes Saturday morning, running back Damien Harris walked up next to him, smiling as he put his arm around...

Plenty of defensive highlights for Alabama veterans, newcomers

As much as junior linebacker Dylan Moses was looking forward to his third steak dinner after the White team defeated Crimson team 31-17 in Saturday’s A-Day game, it paled in comparison to the feeling of getting back on the...

CECIL HURT: A few post-A-Day observations

This will always be remembered as the A-Day where Nick Saban placed himself on injured reserve. As the traditional close of spring football, A-Day is always a time for taking stock of where the University of Alabama football team stands...

Alabama wide receiver stands out at A-Day, earns MVP honor as freshman

Before Alabama’s spring game Saturday, safety Xavier McKinney gave wide receiver John Metchie a challenge. “I talked to him before the game and I was like ‘Man, I’m going to need at least two touchdowns,’” McKinney said. Metchie failed to score...

A lot goes into refueling Alabama players during a game

As soon as the clock stuck zero, signaling the end of the second quarter in Saturday’s annual A-Day game, the Crimson team ran into Alabama’s home locker room at Bryant-Denny Stadium. There was no lollygagging. Not even for the...

Punting game improves in spring game

Sophomore Skyler DeLong punted the ball four times for 190 yards in Alabama’s spring game. DeLong’s average of 47.5 yards per punt was much improved from his 34.4 average in five games last season. Freshman Will Reichard, an early enrollee,...

Mistakes limit starting offense in A-Day game

Nick Saban had questions. He was at the podium in a shirt and tie. The media members who served as honorary coaches were standing nearby in crimson and white polo shirts. "You've got the player of the year in college...
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