Tide Receivers Are a Hot Topic

Redshirt freshman Will Roach went through Alabama spring football practice relatively unnoticed at receiver, and for good reason. Roach was going through spring drills with a ligament tear in his shoulder. He said that his injury was much like Brodie Croyle's shoulder injury. Roach said he underwent surgery on Monday after the Tide's A-Day game.
July 7, 2004

More photos from Saturday

It was a day of new beginnings for everyone, with coaches and players anxious to get back out on the practice field and erase the bad memories of last season.
February 23, 2004

Spring Outlook: Receiving corps must be rebuilt

Football coaches are known for the long hours they keep during the season, arriving early and staying late preparing their team for games. But given the size of the task facing Tide Wide Receivers Coach Charlie Harbison this spring, he might want to set up permanent housekeeping at the Football Complex.
February 17, 2004

What to do about redshirts?

With fall camp now finished one of the many topics discussed by the Tide staff this week was what to do with the true freshmen?
August 21, 2003

Forging a team in the summer sun

Paraphrasing a movie line, "How hot was fall camp? It was #%$* hot!!!" <br><br>As any athlete knows, there is simply nothing like practicing football under a blistering August sun. Thankfully, modern sports medicine is now infinitely better equipped to deal with the problem.
August 20, 2003

Offensive & Special Teams newcomers

Spots on the 105 early reporting roster are precious. Numerous returning players, some of whom played key roles in past seasons, were not included. <br><br>Take a look at new offensive and kicking game athletes in this photo report.
August 13, 2003

Silky smooth receiver begins career

With three days of fall camp now under his belt, true freshman Will Roach is hanging in. But adjusting to big-time college football isn't easy. <br><br>"It's totally different from high school," Roach said.
August 8, 2003