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.
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.
Tonight's 20-17 victory at Florida State one of the best wins in Jacksonville State history. And, it's one of the best wins for the man who deserves a lion's share of credit: head coach John Grass.
Just moments after Tank Bigsby waved good-bye, speeding past the Akron defense on a date with the end zone, came the clearest sign that there’s something anew on The Plains.
College football dynasties past and present convened in Atlanta Saturday to show us the future doesn’t look any different.
Alabama, like the rest of the nation, is facing a surge in crime the like it has not seen in years. There have been a lot of factors for the uptick in violence, including the pandemic and the civil unrest the country has seen this past year.
"We have seen families in utter chaos, angry, confused, and hurt when we ask what their loved one would want medically in a state of such severe illness. In the midst of all this, their family member lies in bed powerless, too sick to make decisions at this stage in their life."
The state of Georgia is getting push back against legislative efforts to strengthen the integrity of their elections.
The Alabama Senate approved a record $7.6 billion education budget that was $400 million more than the previous year. Not only was it the largest budget to fund education in state history, but it also included a 2 percent pay raise for all public school employees.
It has now been a year since March 13, 2020, when the first reported case of the coronavirus was made public in Alabama.
They’re permanent members of a transformational club: African-Americans who integrated the very universities that symbolized the privileged within our once-segregated society.
There are no words, but I have to find 250 to speak about Trump's breach of trust, democracy, the Constitution, sworn duties and obligations, justice and his madness.
Now that there have been two vaccines approved for emergency use in the United States to protect against the coronavirus by the Federal Drug Administration, all eyes will be on the states as to how they will distribute the drugs.
Everyday, all day long, they tell us how many people have caught COVID-19 and how many have died from it. Not once do you give the percentage of those that have caught it and survived it, which is the majority.
Those who hate Trump can be happy, but they will see this country be destroyed, and it will affect them as well as those Americans who use to believe in justice and the American way.
Had he stood up and led as he should have in the wake of his defeat, Trump could have left town well-positioned to make another presidential run in four years. Instead, the way he has conducted himself the last two months will stick to him the way Watergate did Nixon.
The attorney general and the corrections system should strongly push back if the DOJ wants to force the state to release prisoners who could be a danger to the public.