Surgery for Grant, Prothro, Reamer

Alabama freshman return man and running back Terry Grant is scheduled to undergo shoulder surgery on Thursday, which will cause him to miss the rest of the season, Alabama Head Coach Mike Shula said on Tuesday.
September 19, 2006

Fall Camp Photos 1

The first day of fall camp is in the books for the Alabama football team and it was a hot one. These photos from the first day are intended for HIGH-SPEED Internet users only. Photos are large and may take time to load.
August 8, 2006

Alabama 105-Man Roster Released

The Alabama football team 105-man roster was released on Monday with the surprises, kept to a minimum. There was no Mike Ford, as was predicted, and DJ Hall's spot on the roster was secure, as Tide Head Coach Mike Shula had indicated all summer.
August 7, 2006

Prothro's future in limbo

He made the greatest catch of the year – maybe the greatest catch EVER – last season against Southern Mississippi. He averaged 19.1 yards per reception. He scored a touchdown every 3.7 catches. He averaged a whopping 27.6 yards per kickoff return.
August 1, 2006

ESPY Honors

Alabama wide receiver Tyrone Prothro was named winner of the 2006 ESPY Award for Best Play Wednesday night at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles. Also, former Crimson Tide running back Shaun Alexander earned an ESPY for Best Record Breaking Performance.
July 13, 2006

Wait 'Til Next Year

Alabama football players meeting Thursday afternoon with sportswriters for a little summer update made it clear that they are not medical experts. But the teammates of Tyrone Prothro seem to think that he will not be back in uniform this season, and that he will return in 2007.
July 6, 2006

Prothro Speaks

Halftime's version of Yea Alabama! was more than the mundane version of many springs. It followed a standing ovation for Alabama receiver Tyrone Prothro, who was on the field to receive a $100,000 check on behalf of UA's general scholarship fund for his game-changing performances of 2005.
April 1, 2006

Football in the Forecast

Mother Nature doesn't appear in a hurry for spring to arrive - with rain and temperatures in the low 40s in Tuscaloosa - but everyone else is, including Alabama Head Coach Mike Shula. Shula met with the Media on Monday to discuss spring training, which starts Friday [with forecasted temperatures in the more acceptable 60-degree range].
February 20, 2006