Justin Britt is back on campus and working with the team, but it's still unknown if he will play against Tennessee:
"We've got to prepare if he's not going to be here," Caldwell said. "I'm still going to be playing some left guard. I'll probably start out at right guard if he's here. We're just preparing to see whatever happens."
I still haven't read anything on the condition of his mother, so if anyone knows how she is doing, let us know in the comments.
Alabama FB Baron Huber is from Knoxville and grew up a UT fan, but now his family is wholeheatedly with the Tide:
The Hubers, who hail from Knoxville, sold off all their Tennessee apparel, much to the chagrin of their friends and one family member -- an uncle of Baron's.
"They love Alabama. They'll always be Alabama fans now," said Huber.
"It wasn't very hard for them to become Alabama fans."
Bad news kids, the Red Zone woes are sticking around:
Currently, the Crimson Tide actually ranks lower in the SEC, ninth, despite having much better results. On the same number of possessions, 32, Alabama has scored 27 times, for an overall percentage of 84.4, but with 19 touchdowns (59 percent).
Memphis Tider is kind of mean:
Finally, your morning YouTube comes courtesy the Tom Tom Club: