Alabama got plenty wrong on its Tennessee exam, but by the end of the night it got the most important letter: a W. Read the full story
In the midst of a chaotic football season, Alabama avoided the major upset, pulling away late to beat the Volunteers 52-24. It was the mark of a resilient team, and an admittedly far-from-finished product.
Alabama beat the Tennessee Volunteers 52-24 for the 15th straight time, but a healthy amount of Crimson Tide fans probably wish Pete Golding would volunteer to quit.
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.
There are a couple of rivalry games: Alabama/Tennessee and Southern California/Notre Dame. No games matching ranked teams. Still, it's a college football weekend, and that's a good thing.
The lack of focus, the sense of entitlement. Everything Nick Saban spoke about in August and September came to pass in early October for Alabama.
In the middle of a chaotic college football season, Auburn took a road trip to the far reaches of the SEC West to shake things up some more.
The game was played before a crowded house on The Plains. But for Auburn, seeking to solve Georgia’s dominance, it felt like the Sahara Desert.
Mark McCarter: I’ll be glad when Bubba Wallace can win a race and it’s just a story, not history. We’re still a long way from that. But we were pushed a step closer by a courageous young man carrying on his shoulders the dreams of many.
This is the third time in the last five Cup races at Talladega that rain forced a postponement. Once again, let’s enjoy that collective chuckle that Talladega Superspeedway is adjacent to an area that locals have long known as Dry Valley.
Lane Kiffin did plenty as Nick Saban's offensive coordinator in 2014-16, but that doesn't mean he has any more of a clue on how to beat the man than anybody else. Does that mean he should coach scared when facing the mighty Crimson Tide?
In only seven of this season’s races is the field set by qualifying, including the season finale at Phoenix, at which the champion will be determined.
After all the talk that Lane Kiffin might be the one to finally snap the former-Nick-Saban-assistant losing streak this year, No. 1 Alabama dominated No. 12 Ole Miss 42-21 at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
When Bill France Sr. told Bill Ward, “Get me 1,000 acres near a freeway and I’ll come look,” the landscape of this corner of Alabama forever changed.
Once upon a time, before NASCAR displayed characteristic benevolence in cutting off Talladega from being a cut-off race, it was observed that “some drivers race as in bubble-wrap, others as if their britches are on fire.”
Any notion that the Crimson Tide would have an emotional hangover after last week’s near-miss against Florida dissipated immediately after Jameson Williams' 100-yard kick return.
Jacksonville State frittered away a home game against Tennessee-Martin, falling 34-31 on Saturday. When we say frittered, we mean frittered. JSU should've won this one.
What was supposed to be an opportunity to step back in competition and work on what ails Auburn instead became a five-alarm fire Saturday afternoon.
It’s pretty much a routine weekend for Alabama and Auburn, but Jacksonville State faces a test. Here are this week’s college football picks: