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February 19, 2019
Alabama Football
Alabama coach Nick Saban announced his coaching staff for the 2019 season on Friday, and it's filled with plenty of new faces. The staff features 11 total coaches (Saban and 10 assistants), and seven of the 10 assistants will be new to the staff . . .
CBS Sports

Miller played a key role on Alabama's defense in 2018 after missing most of last season with an arm injury . . .
247Sports

It's still Clemson and Alabama and then everyone else. The difference in rating between No. 2-ranked Alabama (plus-27.6) and No. 3-ranked Georgia (plus-22.0) is the same as the Bulldogs' advantage over 10th-ranked Oregon (plus-16.4) . . .
ESPN

There may not be a more electric and exciting player to watch in the 2020 college football recruiting cycle than running back Zachary Evans. There will be plenty of teams trying to have the 5-star recruit join their program . . .
Bleacher Report

During the spring there are intriguing possibilities. Naturally, some players will move up on the depth chart. There will be a few high-level players returning from injuries . . .
Bama Online

Harris wasn't able to rush for 1,000 yards for a third straight season, but he was effective when he was handed the football, leading Alabama in carries and yards . . .
Bama Online

The remodeled Crimson Tide coaching staff spent much of January and the first week of February getting a head start on its 2020 recruiting efforts . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

Having 15 early enrollees that are here right now is going to really be helpful to their development and to how they can contribute to our team next year," said Alabama head coach Nick Saban . . .
Bama Online

If his were a story of football-only, you'd call it a case of right place / wrong time: At most schools in the nation, Alabama center'guard Joshua Casher would be a successful multi-year starter . . .
SB Nation

With spring practice starting next month for the Tide, Allen will be closer to full health than when we last spoke in Miami Gardens, Fla. But those that closely monitor the recovery process of Alabama's athletes aren't rushing to get Allen ready for the A-Day Game on April 13 . . .
Bama Online

"I had a private sit-down with Coach (Nick) Saban," Smalls said ..."He was running through why Bama is Bama and what makes them special. Everyone knows it's special, but he was giving me the 'why?' I really liked that . . .
Bama Online

So where do Alabama stand as Saban and his new-look coaching staff turn their full attention to the Class of 2020 . . .
Birmingham News

As early as it is, the structure of this way-too-early Top 25 can tell us a great amount about the future of college football . . .
Sports Illustrated

Alabama coach Nick Saban and Auburn coach Gus Malzahn have to be worried about two words: Kirby Smart . . .
Huntsville Times

There are a couple interesting differences in where the recruits come from. Last year, the Tide signed just two players from Alabama and zero from Mississippi. A year later, the Tide took six Alabama recruits and two Mississippi recruits . . .
SB Nation

There may be something not to like about recruiting. Some may not like the early signing period. Some may not like the tiresome hat tricks of the prospects making their announcements . . .
Bama Online

Alabama running backs coach Joe Pannunzio is returning to the Eagles in an unspecified off-field role . . .
NBC Sports

Alabama wrapped up a 27-member signing class Wednesday that ranked No. 1 nationally . . .
Huntsville Times

"Why should I be the No. 1 draft pick? Because I'm all about working. My IQ level is through the roof. I can sit down and break down film of a quarterback and [identify] tendencies and stuff like that . . .
Saturday Down South

No. 1 overall prospect in the 2019 recruiting cycle isn't wasting any time or the resources the Crimson Tide football program offers its players at the Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility . . .
Bama Online

But since 2007, only one coach has really mattered at Alabama: Nick Saban. Everyone else is just administration, and the resume is proof . . .
SB Nation

The Tigers went 1-for-2 in the coveted Amite High School sweepstakes, but the big fish got away when defensive tackle Ishmael Sopsher cast his lot with LSU nemesis Alabama's historic recruiting class . . .
Lake Charles (La.) American Press

The Tide and the Tigers had the best talent in college football. Both have 11 players invited to the Scouting Combine later this month . . .
NBC Sports

(Live Updates) National Signing Day is upon us and we are gearing up for a day full of commitments from top-rated recruits. Who signed where? . . .
Sports Illustrated

"He was preaching the same things, that I could be that dynamic playmaker out of the backfield, that home-run hitter that can score any time he touches the ball," Robinson said of Saban's message . . .
Bama Online

LSU lost its highest-profile signing day battle Wednesday (Feb. 6), as Amite defensive tackle Ishmael Sopsher signed with Alabama over LSU on National Signing Day . . .
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Alabama has the No. 1 ranked recruiting class in the country, but the Crimson Tide have lost two ESPN 300 commitments to start the February signing day. ESPN 300 defensive end Khris Bogle and ESPN 300 defensive back Christian Williams . . .
ESPN


 


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