A second look at Saturday's win

It was a classic "after" game, coming the week following Oklahoma. But Saturday's solid win over the Kentucky Wildcats was plenty good enough for Alabama fans. It pushed the Tide's record to 2-1 (1-0 in the SEC), setting Bama up for the meat of its schedule.
September 16, 2003

Summer work paid off

As Tide fans know, several key players worked hard this past summer to get into better shape, notably several of the big men who make their living along the line of scrimmage. Understandably, names like Ahmad Childress and Dennis Alexander have gotten positive publicity for their hard work. <br><br>A close look at the numbers listed in the 105 roster reveals other changes worthy of note.
August 7, 2003

Aiming for all-star status

Defensive Ends Coach Paul Randolph believes both his starting players have all-star talent. Today he focuses on "The Chief."
July 17, 2003

No time for nostalgia

With construction work now underway on the opposite side of the Football Complex, the Tide players' days in the present weight room are numbered. But don't expect any of the athletes to shed any tears.
June 26, 2003

Football heads to the track

Rain has kept the athletes inside for much of the week, but Thursday Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Ben Pollard took his charges to the Alabama Track Stadium for their running. <br><br>Making good use of the 440-yard track, the players worked on both speed and conditioning.
May 23, 2003

'The Chief' is back in school

Providing a bit of welcome personnel news for the 2003 squad, senior defensive end Nautyn McKay-Loescher is back.
May 13, 2003