Alabama Gives Saban 3-Year Extension, $4M Signing BonusAlabama coach Nick Saban could make $65 million over the next eight years.
Former Alabama Receiver Carter Sues Kiffin, Florida AtlanticFormer Alabama receiver Antonio "A.C." Carter has filed a fraud suit against Florida Atlantic, coach Lane Kiffin and the state of Florida.
Reuben Foster Expected To Meet With NFL Teams Before Pro DayFormer Alabama linebacker Reuben Foster is expected to meet with NFL teams on the eve of the Crimson Tide's pro day.
Foster Doesn't Appeared Worried About Combine EjectionIf linebacker Reuben Foster is worried that he hurt his draft stock by getting kicked out of the NFL's scouting combine he isn't showing it.
Alabama Hires Patriots Assistant Brian Daboll To Run Offense Alabama has hired New England Patriots assistant Brian Daboll as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, reuniting him with his former boss Nick Saban.
Alabama Assistant Coach Josh Chapman Charged With DUIFormer University of Alabama football standout and current Crimson Tide assistant strength and conditioning coach Josh Chapman has been accused of driving under the influence.
Mel Kiper Jr. Has The Lions Selecting Alabama OLB Tim Williams In First Mock DraftYes, I know that tight end could be an odd position to take in the first round, but you know they still need help there.
Alabama's Robinson, Humphrey, Stewart Declare For DraftAlabama's top blocker, cornerback and receiver are skipping their final seasons to enter the NFL draft.
Tigers-Tide II Gets A Place In The History Of Great GamesYou thought last year's College Football Playoff championship game was great?
Referee Mike Defee Gets Attention During National Title Game For His "Guns" [PHOTOS]He must work out.
Saban's "Process" Gets Results, But Is Hard To DefineThe system of core beliefs, this daily guidebook for going about your business, has carried Nick Saban and Alabama to the brink of yet another national championship.
Big Guys, Big Plays: Alabama, Clemson Go Jumbo On OffenseClemson coach Dabo Swinney had simple instructions for 340-pound defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence when he first used him on offense: "Go that way."