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Former Alabama DB and NFL Veteran Mark McMillian

An area of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team that has been in flux all season is the defensive secondary.  With young talent, and now injuries to deal with Nick Saban has had to consistently make adjustments to find players that wanted to make an impact. The head coach who is also the secondary’s position coach made a statement earlier in the year that he wanted to find the players that “wanted to be o ...

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Inside Look – Preparing for the Game

Tide fans always want to know what it is like as a player preparing for an upcoming game. Do they sit around and play xbox, watch video, review the game plan, or just try to focus on the tasks coming up.  What goes into their "process" as head coach Nick Saban keeps talking about?  Nico Johnson, former Tide linebacker now playing in the NFL for the Kansas City Chiefs sits down with Crimson Confidential's Ti ...

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SEC Baseball Legends

Dr. Jeff Laubenthal was a four-year letterman for the Alabama baseball team from 1990-93. During his career, the outfielder/designated hitter posted a .284 batting average in 133 games, while making 78 starts for the Crimson Tide. He finished his playing days with nine home runs, 14 doubles, 56 RBI and 88 total hits. His senior season in 1993 was his best, as he started 51 of 52 games, posting a .289 averag ...

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Bama in the 2012 Draft

Thursday, April 26th will be another high water mark for the Alabama football program under Nick Saban. Airing on the NFL Network and ESPN, the NFL draft projects as many as 5 Alabama players could be drafted in the 1st round. The first Alabama player taken in the draft will most certainly be junior Trent Richardson who is universally considered the best running back available in the draft. The Pensacola, F ...

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Coaching Character

On Thursday April 12th, students were invited to join Nick Saban and John Croyle at Coleman Coliseum for speeches on "Coaching Character." This event was held by the UA Judicial Board and is the 1st annual Coaching Character lecture. Several students came out to support the occasion and left with an inspiring message about being yourself and finding your purpose. Up first was John Croyle, who played footbal ...

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