In a year in which COVID-19 dominated, Nick Saban pulled off his best coaching job as Alabama's head coach, guiding the Crimson Tide to an unbeaten season and another national title. Read the full story
A victory Monday over Ohio State would give Nick Saban seven national championships, and that'll break him out of a tie with Paul "Bear" Bryant for the most in major college football history.
Auburn is scheduled to host Alabama on Saturday at 11 a.m. (ESPN2). A win would give the Tigers a much-needed confidence boost, but at this point, it appears Alabama has taken the mantle of the state’s best basketball team.
We should've seen this coming three years ago. We allowed the other sparkling objects in Alabama's offense to mesmerize us, instead of this Smith guy.
Without Mac Jones, Najee Harris and DeVonta Smith, Alabama might not have beaten Notre Dame, probably wouldn't have made the playoffs, and definitely wouldn't be undefeated.
No. 1 Alabama ran away from fourth-ranked Notre Dame 31-14 in the Rose Bowl on Friday, the first semifinal of the College Football Playoff, despite the Fighting Irish following their game plan perfectly.
For older Alabama football fans, when No. 1-ranked Tide faces No. 4 Notre Dame in the College Football Playoff Semifinals on New Year’s Day, this is another installment of an on- and off-the-field rivalry that goes back decades.
One of the leaders of a No. 1-ranked Alabama football team that will play Notre Dame in the College Football Playoff semifinals (Friday at 3 p.m. in Arlington, Texas, on ESPN), Harris marches to the beat of his own drummer.
If you can't score big, you can't win in the SEC. You no longer can hope your defense will carry the day. To win big, you have to do it on days when your defense is going to look at your offense and say, "Carry me," like a 4-year-old to his dad at the grocery store.
The trophy will be awarded to the nation’s best player Jan. 5. Don’t be surprised if three Alabama players finish in the Top 5.
Nick Saban and Alabama are rolling along as usual. Better than usual, in fact. Considering the Tide has won five national titles in Saban's 14 seasons and played for two more, that's saying something.
From Mark Edwards: If you cheer for Auburn, would you consider Steele a home run hire? Is this the guy you aim for after you fire your previous coach and pay a huge buyout?
This wasn’t a game for wowing Heisman voters or impressing pollsters. This was about getting in and out — and back home safely to prep for sixth-ranked Florida next week in Atlanta.
K.J. Britt has laced up his cleats for the last time as a member of Auburn’s football team, and The Anniston Star's Jared Gravette has a few thoughts.
The SEC announced an agreement with ESPN on Thursday, which means CBS won't get the league's prime Saturday matchup. The prime game will move to ABC. However, the agreement doesn't kick in until 2024.
Ray Perkins is worth remembering more than any Tide coach who didn't win a national title. Considering the circumstances he faced when he followed Bryant, Perkins met the challenge and succeeded on a larger scale than anybody had a right to expect.
What a face-palm, and the league might have to eat a greater face-palm to fix it: either make an exception to the rule to get their best team in the league title game, or avoid the appearance of rooting for another Big Ten team to cancel.
Years ago, there was a particular "Peanuts" comic strip in which Charlie Brown sees Linus and tells him all about this great football game he watched.
The Nick Saban Redemption World Tour continued with a command performance in Baton Rouge on Saturday night. This revenge was served warm. With a side helping of jambalaya.
Saturday provided reasons that, while the frustrations of Auburn’s fans are real, this program isn’t floundering out of control.