McCullough Valuable Offensive Lineman

When Alabama offensive lineman Alfred McCullough looks at the Crimson Tide offensive linemen who will return for the 2012 season, he might be a little wistful. "If I had another year, I probably would [come back]," he said. "But I don't, so I'll keep going on with my life."
January 3, 2012

Tide Talk: Alfred McCullough

Alfred McCullough has been the man, whenever his number is called. He knows that starts way before the game.
October 27, 2011

McCullough Gets Starting Chance

Alfred McCullough said the difference between left tackle and right tackle is primarily in the stance. An even bigger difference is being a starting tackle as opposed to being on the sidelines.
October 13, 2010

Saban announces schollys, position changes

After reviewing the film of Saturday's second full-scale scrimmage, Alabama coach Nick Saban was happy, for the most part. He said corrections have been made on the mistakes made during the workout and said another position change is being tried experimentally.
August 19, 2008

Tide Signee: Alfred McCullough

Alfred McCollough will play his college football at the University of Alabama. The talented defensive tackle will have an opportunity for early playing time in Tuscaloosa with a very thin defensive front returning for the Tide.
February 7, 2007

Alabama Commitment Talks of Visit

Scout.com caught up with Alabama commitment, Alfred McCollough this afternoon as he was on his way home from visiting the Crimson Tide.
January 14, 2007

Alabama Commitment Alfred McCullough

Alfred McCollough helped lead his Athens Golden Eagles to a 5A state title with a 10-7 victory over previously unbeaten Eufaula at Legion Field's Super Six. McCollough was also voted the state's best lineman in class 5A. ScoutSouth.com caught up with McCollough and ask him his thoughts on winning the 5A title as well the state's best lineman in his classification.
January 9, 2007

Disappointing Weekend for Alabama Commitment

It was a disappointing weekend for Athens defensive tackle Alfred McCullough. The Alabama verbal pledge lost their last regular season game Friday night and witnessed the Tide lose to the Bulldogs Saturday afternoon.
November 7, 2006