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Happy New Year!
Nick Saban is on a nice little streak of press conference hijinks. He followed up last month’s cussin’ and marriage advisin’ by getting fed up with questions about his defensive coordinator possibly becoming the new head coach at Georgia, and then kindly instructed the media to talk to his soda bottle instead.
Alabama is playing FCS school Charleston Southern this week, a cupcake opponent that would be very easy for the Crimson Tide to look past. Well, some of those turkeys in the media might be overlooking Charleston, but Nick Saban sure as hell isn’t.
We've got a few dads on staff, and so I asked them if this video, in which a dad whacks the hell out of a golf ball that is attached to a string tied around his son's loose tooth, is an example of good or bad dadding.
You can't really make out a whole lot in this video of a fight between Auburn and Alabama fans, save for the typical shirtlessness and hollerin', but if you pay real close attention you can see, as the YouTube description states, a dude popping out of the car at the 30-second mark and brandishing what appears to be…
The last time we heard from Phyllis, she was smarting from Alabama's Iron Bowl loss to Auburn, and called into Paul Finebaum's radio show to let off some steam by calling Colin Cowherd mean names, like "Cow-Turd." Alabama lost last weekend, and Cowherd once again drew Phyllis's ire with his comments about the game,…
Even on a day completely bereft of sports, I can't really think of anything that would have me less enthused than SEC Media Days. So I really feel this dude who can be heard snoring (Or just breathing really heavily? I sincerely hope not.) while Nick Saban drones on about whatever the fuck.
Yesterday, a local news crew from Birmingham, Alabama, accompanied police officers on a drug raid. The raid ended with many Alabama dudes, handcuffed and shirtless, being badgered by a reporter outside of their suspected drug den. One of these wonderful Alabama men seized the opportunity to make his college football…
We've heard Michael Connolly's version of the events that lead to Bama Mom leaping onto a group of Oklahoma fans and into our hearts, but now we finally have Bama Mom's side. Most importantly, she wants to apologize to Nick Saban.
Every superhero has an origin story. Turns out Michael Connolly was pretty dead-on about the flying lady and her son.
The video of a female Alabama fan attacking an Oklahoma dude at the Sugar Bowl was enjoyable enough without context. But, for those who want it, the Oklahoma bro who was attacked shared some details.
At first, it seems like a mere verbal confrontation between the Bama woman—who looks like a pleasant mom—and the Oklahoma fan in the white polo. It gets so much better, though.
A couple in Alabama named their newborn boy "Krimson Tyde." In case you couldn't figure it out from their kid's name, they're big Bama fans.
Paul Finebaum welcomed ESPN radio personality and rat-faced gasbag Colin Cowherd onto his radio show yesterday, and the two did some chatting about Auburn's stunning win over Alabama in the Iron Bowl. Cowherd apparently had some not-nice things to say about Alabama during his segment. Big mistake, Colin!
Saints running back Mark Ingram played college ball at Alabama, a team which you may remember losing the Iron Bowl in spectacular fashion to Auburn last week. It looks like Ingram made some kind of bet on the game with one of his teammates, because he showed up to practice yesterday decked out in Auburn gear.
If you happen to find out who this jerk-ass non-tipper is, you are hereby ordered to yell "U Mad?????" right in his face, many times over.
A Pittsburgh-area high school teacher who police say confessed to arriving at school high on heroin and passing out in class had only two words for comment-seeking media members today: "Roll Tide."