A second straight 11-win season for South Carolina means another batch of good grades for the Gamecocks.
Several elite prospects in play on what could be a dramatic Signing Day for Alabama (Tide Targets)-al.comEach week until National Signing Day, al.com will take an in-depth look at the top remaining targets for the Crimson Tide with updates on where Alabama stands with each player and who stands as the top competition for the Tide. Take a look at this week's Tide Targets.
Foley defensive lineman Darius Page still solid to Bama; Two other Lions commit-al.comDefensive back B.T. Sanders commits to Nicholls State; Running back Cedrix Reed headed to Highland Community College
Alabama's Carson Tinker maximizing chance to impress NFL teams at consecutive all-star games-al.comThe former Alabama long snapper was one of two players at his position invited to last week's Raycom College Football All-Star Classic and this week's Senior Bowl
Alabama football fans already know that Crimson Tide defensive tackle Jesse Williams is a beast in the weight room. His 600-pound bench press caused an explosion on Twitter a while back. Now that his days with the Tide are over, he intends to take his feats of strength to the next level. The Brisbane, Australia native appeared on news.au to talk about…
With Super Bowl XLVII just around the corner, the SEC will once again be well-represented in the big game. The league leads all other conferences with 23 players on the two Super Bowl rosters (using current conference alignments). The Baltimore Ravens have 10 former SEC players on their active roster, and the San Francisco 49ers are have nine. Here's a look at how both teams are linked to the SEC:
Eight Asian elephants made their way through the streets of Birmingham and made a visit to the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame for a special tribute to the Alabama Crimson Tide football team for winning the 2012 BCS Championship.
Circus elephants pay tribute to Alabama's BCS football championship (slideshow, video)-al.com
NCAA announces problems with Miami investigation-al.comThe NCAA has found what it calls "improper conduct" committed by former members of its own enforcement program during the Miami investigation, and will not deliver the long-awaited notice of allegations against the Hurricanes until an external review is completed.
MIAMI NOA DELAYED AS NCAA INVESTIGATES ITSELF-CFT
And this:Tweet by Michael Cassagrande: UM president Donna Shalala: We're disappointed, frustrated by NCAA developments. http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/um-hurricanes/miami-hurricanes-blog/sfl-um-ncaa-improper-conduct,0,4045943.story …
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