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Alabama safety Minkah Fitzpatrick’s status was in question ahead of the national championship. Reports surfaced that Fitzpatrick had a bruised kidney after Alabama’s 24-6 win over Clemson.
During Saturday’s Media Day in Phillips Arena, Fitzpatrick squashed those reports, and gave Alabama fans good news.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban officially ruled out right guard Lester Cotton from playing in the national championship against Georgia. Cotton suffered a left leg injury and left the game in the third quarter against Clemson.
J.C. Hassenauer will replace him, and make his third start of the season.
Just like Robert Bailey did for Miami in the 1991 Cotton Bowl, Trevon Diggs set the tone from the very first play.
Travis Etienne took the kick off from the goal line and returned it 16 yards before he was met by the brick wall that was Diggs on the play.
Defensive lineman Da'Ron Payne may have been named defensive MVP, but his efforts on offense yielded positive results in No. 4 Alabama’s 24-6 win over No. 1 Clemson in the College Football Playoff semifinal.
No. 4 Alabama defeated No. 1 Clemson, 24-6, in the College Football Playoff semifinal to advance to the national championship. The Crimson Tide will face Georgia in an all-SEC title game. This is the second time in three tries that Alabama has beaten Clemson in a CFP game. With the win, Alabama improves to 12-1, while Clemson finishes its season at 12-2.
Wilson missed two games with a foot injury, which seemed like he sustained in the LSU game. He actually was hurt two days before Alabama kicked off its season.
In its five games away from Bryant-Denny Stadium, Alabama has struggled on third downs. The Crimson Tide is just 22 of 66 on third downs (33 percent) compared to converting about 48 percent at home.
The struggle, according to running back Damien Harris, is a lack of execution by the offense, compared to what their opponents have done on defense.
Alabama and Clemson have faced each other in the national championship two years in a row, with each team claiming a victory. This season, they will meet again in the College Football Playoff semifinal. It will serve as a rubber match.
Originally a five-star recruit from Huntsville, Ala., LaBryan Ray’s athleticism is off the charts. He stands at a towering 6-foot-5, 272 pounds, but still has the burst to chase down athletic quarterbacks.
Alabama basketball dominated No.5 Texas A&M, 79-57, in Coleman Coliseum on Saturday night. The win was Alabama's first over an AP top-5 team since the team beat Stanford in the NCAA tournament in 2004.
Alabama senior forward Riley Norris will miss the rest of the season with a hip injury. It is the same injury that sidelined Norris for the first three games of the season.
Alabama’s offensive line knows the challenge it is facing in Clemson. The Tigers’ front four, which has 44 sacks this season, has a rotation with multiple pro-level players. That unit has dominated opposing teams every week.
Under Lane Kiffin and Steve Sarkisian, Alabama led the SEC in total yards, rushing yards and finished fifth in the conference in passing yards. Both left for other coaching ventures, opening the door for Brian Daboll.
The former New England Patriots coach took over a team that had plenty of offensive upside and the SEC Offensive Player of the Year in Jalen Hurts.
Deionte Thompson will start for the first time on the biggest stage. In Alabama’s playoff matchup with Clemson, Thompson will play in both the nickel and dime package next to fellow safety Ronnie Harrison.
“People outside the South hold many negative stereotypes of people in Alabama,” said Richard Fording, political science professor. “If Roy Moore had won, this would have greatly reinforced those stereotypes...[Jones'] victory will go a long way toward convincing people outside Alabama that our citizens were able to put decency and character over party.”
Alabama gymnastics fans got a sneak preview of this year’s squad at the Crimson and White Preview on Friday night in Coleman Coliseum.
Refusing to let snowy conditions stop them, approximately 500 Alabama fans gathered to watch head coach Dana Duckworth’s team perform routines in all four events – vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor.
Needing a change to spark a sense of urgency after a three-game skid, head coach Kristy Curry gave guards Shaquera Wade and Alana da Silva the start, leaving just one forward, senior Ashley Williams, in the starting five.
In 2001, after completing a sentence of 14 years in prison on drug related charges, Pastor Kenneth Glasgow of Dothan, Alabama was eager to be part of society again, only to learn that he was unable to vote. Three years later, he was given a pardon which allowed him to register to vote again. For the next four months, he wore his voter registration card around his neck proudly.
Lee Busby, 60-year-old retired colonel, is running as an independent candidate and spreading word about his candidacy on social media. He served 31 years in the United States Marine Corps as an Infantry Officer, served tours in Afghanistan, and has received the Legion of Merit and a Bronze Star.
"A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Tuscaloosa until 6 p.m. today," the email read. "However, the temperature in Tuscaloosa and on campus is expected to stay above freezing."