Alabama may be facing some serious problems getting ready for the 2003 season, but finding something to play for is not one of them. <br><br>Coaching the storied Crimson Tide program, Head Coach Mike Shula can use past success to remind his players what they're working toward.
August 14, 2003
When it comes to the starting players, no one doubts Bama's talent at defensive end. But position Coach Paul Randolph knows he'll need a minimum of five athletes for an effective playing rotation. <br><br>"I feel good about my top two guys," Randolph said. "And at this point I feel good about the guys that I'll have rotating into the game."
August 4, 2003
Having recently joined the Tide staff from West Virginia, defensive ends coach Paul Randolph can bring some outside perspective to the job. And from what he's seen so far, the "take no prisoners" mentality in the Southeastern Conference is very real. <br><br>"I don't know if I'd call it ‘cutthroat' or not," he said, "but it's hard core."
June 25, 2003