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Reports: Alabama to meet with Gregg Marshall

WICHITA, Kansas – According to TideSports.com, University of Alabama athletics director Bill Battle will travel to Wichita to meet with Shocker Coach Gregg Marshall.

Marshall is a top candidate for the Crimson Tide job. 124 more words

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CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT SNEAK PEEK: The Man Who Made Joe Namath Rich

CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW OF BROADWAY JOE NAMATH FOR A SNEAK PREVIEW OF “CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT: 1965″

by David Plaut, Series Producer

Even the most casual pro football fan is familiar with Joe Namath’s historic $400,000 rookie contract with the New York Jets – which, in 1965, was the largest in sports history. 400 more words

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Mesquite Football Player "De-Commits" From OU In Light Of Racist Video

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MESQUITE (CBSDFW.COM) - Four-star college football recruit Jean Delance from North Mesquite High has “de-committed” from the University of Oklahoma after watching a racist video that went viral over the weekend. 408 more words

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Grant: Alabama guard Tarrant to miss rest of season

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) – Alabama starting guard Ricky Tarrant will miss the rest of the season with leg injuries.

Crimson Tide coach Anthony Grant said Thursday in a news release that Tarrant sustained a ruptured plantar fascia against Florida on Jan. 106 more words

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ABOUT ME!! :)

Hey guys! This is my first blog post on my life according to me! So I guess I will tell you a little about myself. I am a freshmen in college at the University of Alabama! 104 more words

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Pearl: Auburn's rematch with Alabama a 'must-win'

AUBURN, Ala. (AP) – The Auburn Tigers are scrambling to become eligible for a postseason tournament, while Alabama is trying to salvage a disappointing season. 520 more words

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Jones leads Vanderbilt to 76-68 win over Alabama

By JOHN ZENOR
AP Sports Writer

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) – Damian Jones scored 20 points to lead five Vanderbilt scorers in double figures and the Commodores beat Alabama 76-68 on Saturday night. 372 more words

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