Tags » Crimson Tide

Tuesday, June 30, 2015 – The Last Day of June – Never Too Early to Talk Trash

Tuesday, June 30, 2015 – The Last Day of June – Never Too Early to Talk Trash

Now available at Academy (locally, I am sure) and online. 64 more words

Looking Back Twenty Years - Crimson Tide (1995)

Capt. Ramsey: Those sailors out there are just boys… boys who are training to do a terrible and unthinkable thing, and if that ever occurs the only reassurance they’ll have that they’re doing the proper thing is gonna derive from their unqualified belief in the unified chain of command.

1,119 more words
Reviews

We Need You For Avery's Army

There is no question that Bryant-Denny Stadium casts both a literal and figurative shadow on the University of Alabama campus. Football has always reigned king of athletics at the Capstone, as it is one of the only programs in the country to actually make money each season. 642 more words

College Sports

1995 Project Batch 3: A Little Princess, Crimson TIde, and Braveheart

The 1995 Project continues…

A Little Princess (Directed by Alfonso Cuarón)
One of the weirdest facts about cinema is how hard it is to make a good (let alone a great) movie that is told from the perspective of a child. 2,159 more words

Reviews

Alabama adds Oregon State graduate transfer receiver

TUSCALOOSA – Former Oregon State wide receiver Richard Mullaney announced Tuesday that he will transfer to Alabama.

Mullaney, a graduate transfer, will be eligible immediately. 185 more words

SEC News

OL rolls Day 2 at Fisher's camp

2017 Alabama commit OL Alex Leatherwood was in attendance at Day 2 of Jimbo’s camp. The 6’5, 300 lb. standout participated in lineman drills and almost immediately displayed why he is so highly sought after. 102 more words

College Football

Review for Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer

Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer by Warren St. John. Published by Crown Publishing Group in 2004. Hardcover with 304 pages.

(Hard cover edition is out-of-print now, but paperback edition is available). 554 more words

Book Review