What will be perhaps most interesting to see — aside from Finebaum callers comparing the decibel level of the President’s “War Eagle!” to his “Roll Tide!” — is whether players such as Cam Newton and Nick Fairley will be able attend. The first round of the NFL draft is the night of April 28; Newton […]
The fact that Sumlin would be a hot commodity at both the pro and collegiate levels is not exactly earth-shattering news. In his first year with the Aggies, in that program’s first year in the rough-and-tumble SEC, A&M handed BCS champion Alabama its lone loss as Sumlin capped an 11-2 debut season with a 28-point […]
Lutzenkirchen was widely regarded as one of the best players in Auburn football history and he was a key player on Auburn’s BCS championship squad of 2010. According to a report by USA Today, Lutzenkirchen was in a one-vehicle crash in LaGrange, Georgia. He was in a car with three others when the car reportedly ran through a […]
An AU spokesperson confirmed to al.com that starting tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen will not play in today’s game against Vanderbilt due to what’s believed to be a hip injury. Lutzenkirchen made the trip to Nashville and will be on the sidelines to support his teammates.
Alabama may be the defending SEC champions heading into the 2015 season, but it is their Iron Bowl rival that is receiving the most praise and favorite label in the SEC in most college football circles this offseason. The addition of Will Muschamp as defensive coordinator is one of the most noteworthy assistant coaching changes […]
But today was also memorable for a more somber reason: following the spring game, fans made their way to Toomer’s Corner to roll the oak trees one last time before their removal this week. Though the exact number of people in attendance isn’t known, it was a tremendous showing.
“AU attempts to address compliance matters with internal staff to the extent possible,” AU senior associate athletics director Scott Carr told the paper. “Whether it can do so depends in part on whether the questions asked require more staff time than is available internally.”
With that ring taken care of this summer, Stidham can now turn his attention to getting one for the Tigers on the football field this season. A potential first-round pick in next year’s draft, the junior is a potential Heisman Trophy contender after throwing for over 3,000 yards last year and leading his team to […]
“The new safety measure is part of the county’s commitment to reduce wildfire risk and maintain good stewardship of the land,” said Placer County Parks Administrator Andy Fisher. “We hope park closures due to wildfire risk will be unnecessary, but it is an unfortunate reality.”
Specifically, ex-Tiger Stanley McClover. As you’ll recall (again), McClover was a centerpiece of a March Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel interview in which he — along with former players Troy Reddick, Chaz Ramsey and Raven Gray — admitted to receiving financial assistance in some form while in college.