I'm sure all our prayers go out to Coach Kines and his family.
We're still more than two months from the start of the 2010 season... BUT ARE WE EVER READY FOR IT TO GET HERE!
Post from passiveaggressivenotes.com re: the Huntsville Times' coverage of Alabama football. Pretty funny in its own whiny sort of way.
Stanhope Elmore running back Pat Milliner has not received any official scholarship offers. That could change soon after Milliner ran blazing times of 4.29 and 4.32 in the 40-yard dash during the Arians Football combine.DeMarcus Milliner's little brother runs a heck of a 40. Someone better offer him before Oakland tries to sign him... From al.com
I'm sure many of y'all have seen this, but this is a good place to go for news regarding college football scheduling.
I go to YouTube yesterday afternoon, and guess what video they recommended for me? For the win.
The RBR Gospel Hour will join the happy angels band...
Per Twitter, Anthony Grant goes international, literally, for his latest commitment. Now I'll be the first to admit that I ignorant of the ways of basketball, but based on this it seems like good news. If nothing else, you certainly cannot say we don't have some size now. Apparently this guy has been playing basketball only for 14 months, so I imagine a redshirt year could be a possibility. Still, though, sounds pretty good. He had offers from Florida State, Georgia Tech, and Baylor, and he played for the Swedish team. His brother is also enrolling at 'Bama with him, so hopefully that will help him make the big cultural transition. Wonder if the Swedes have ever even heard of Dreamland?
Brodie Croyle isn't ready to accept being just a backup quarterback in the NFL, although that's where he will find himself when the Kansas City Chiefs open training camp next month. In an effort to remain healthy this season, Croyle has put on some extra weight. "Last year I was around 205, 206 pounds," he said. "When we finished minicamp (in May) I was at 214. Maybe that will give me a chance to stay healthy and be able to take the beating you take when you play in the NFL."Birmingham News: Former Alabama standout Brodie Croyle not content as Kansas City Chiefs backup to Matt Cassel Well it's about damn time he came to that realization. Only took a decade.