In December 1996 Alabama coach Gene Stallings looked forward to the Michigan game Jan. 1 as one last chance to wrap up his final season in a positive way.
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Assuming you lived anywhere near a broadcasting station, a TV set for Christmas might be a neat if expensive addition to an affluent household -- not that there was much organized programming in 1946.
Sure, Alabama has dominated in the Nick Saban, but "Dynasty by the Numbers" uses stark data to show you exactly how dominant the Crimson Tide has been.
We’re two-thirds of the way through 2021.
Christopher Sign was brilliant as a local TV broadcaster, holding the powerful accountable and tackling stories that few would dare to untangle.
Fundraising began in early 1946 for an Anniston YMCA building that would not get built and opened until August 1952.
The Iron Bowl is today at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Nick Saban isn't here, but we are.
Saban's decade-long run has set the bar so high that nothing up to now will affect how Alabama's 2018 season is judged. Next week's SEC championship game against Georgia and a likely appearance in the College Football Playoff are all that matters.
TUSCALOOSA — About 26 years ago after winning the Iron Bowl, then-Alabama coach Gene Stallings complained that his team had won 11 games but h…