Two Suspended For Opener

Alabama Coach Nick Saban announced Monday that two returning starters from 2006 will not be in uniform when the Crimson Tide opens the season Saturday night hosting Western Carolina. The two suspended players are not those who had been involved in well-publicized off-the-field incidents during the summer.
August 27, 2007

Not Ready to Leave

Junior Alabama receiver D.J. Hall said Tuesday that he would wait until the conclusion of the Crimson Tide's Independence Bowl game against Oklahoma State to evaluate his situation before a decision was made.
December 18, 2006

Brown (Sort of) Returns to Practice

Alabama might not have all its horses healthy and ready to run when Alabama hosts Auburn at Bryant-Denny Stadium this Saturday at 2:30 p.m., but then again that would be nothing new. And this season the injury situations appear better than the two previous.
November 16, 2006

Johnson, Brown Look Like Long Shots to Play

Alabama Head Coach Mike Shula said that safety Rashad Johnson has "an outside chance" to play in Saturday's game, leaving only the slightest hope that Bama's best kick coverage man and starter at safety for four games this season will be able to play. Johnson had 26 tackles and forced two fumbles this season.
November 14, 2006

Bama-LSU Notes, Quotes and Stats

JaMarcus Russell has had good games against Alabama before – last year completing 16 of 30 passes for 29 yards, one touchdown and zero interceptions – and he was at it again Saturday in LSU's 28-14 victory over Alabama with 207 yards on 18 of 21 (.857 PCT) passing to go with 36 rushing yards.
November 11, 2006

Key matchup

It's a safe bet that Alabama will try to rely on workhorse tailback Kenneth Darby in Saturday's game with Tennessee. It's an even safer bet that the Vols will crowd the line of scrimmage and try to neutralize Darby.
October 19, 2006

Photos of Faces

Photos from the third day of practice from the University of Alabama football team's fall camp. This photo report is recommended for HIGH-SPEED Internet users. Photos are large and may load slowly.
August 10, 2006

Keith Brown Comes Clean

Upcoming junior wide receiver Keith Brown is having a very good spring practice, but he'll have a hard time in his final two years making anyone forget his big play in the Cotton Bowl. And speaking of that 76-yard catch-and-run play for a touchdown on the second play of the game: Was he or wasn't he?
March 22, 2006