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September 30, 2016    
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Week Three – Ole Miss
Last week the Tide won and everybody acted like Rosie the Robot when her boyfriend left. If you don’t remember the Jetsons, well you have no context for this. Suffice it to say, Rosie moped and made pathetic moaning sounds.  

SEP02:  First Game Angst
JUL17:  What We Learned From Media Days
APR27:  A Visit to Rhodes

Alabama Football
The timing is curious since the top-ranked Tide are just four games into the season and Hurts – also a freshman – conceivably could struggle enough to create an opportunity for the backup . . .
Fox Sports

Ever since the news of Tim Williams' arrest on a gun charge broke yesterday, the million-dollar question has been whether or not Alabama head coach Nick Saban will suspend his preseason All-America linebacker . . .
Birmingham News

The Crimson Tide look like the team to beat for Nashville (Tenn.) East Magnet School Top247 linebacker Jacob Phillips coming into the visit. The four-star Phillips is also high on Oregon, Oklahoma and Notre Dame among others . . .

"One of the biggest things you look for in evaluating a quarterback is his competitive nature, and the great quarterbacks are all extremely competitive," Gabriel told Sabin . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

With the Crimson Tide aiming to win its second consecutive national title and Barnett having played in three of the four games, Gabriel acknowledges that the optics of the quarterback's sudden abdication of his backup role to seek other opportunities look bad . . .
Mobile Press-Register

We love that for a second straight year the homecoming opponent is an SEC team. Don't underestimate the Wildcats . . .
Huntsville Times

Nick Saban: Vols game bigger to Tide players than Iron Bowl . . .
Nashville Tennessean

You're not alone if you've questioned the timing of quarterback Blake Barnett's decision to leave the Alabama program . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Nick Saban releases statement on Tim Williams' arrest . . .

At least three Alabama wide receivers are using their teammates' injuries at the position to their advantage . . .
Gridiron Now

Holcombe is now in his third season at Alabama and has seen his role on the football team increase over the past couple seasons . . .

Crimson Tide linebacker Tim Williams arrested on misdemeanor gun charge . . .
Dothan Eagle

Slimmer Reuben Foster gives Alabama's defense more flexibility . . .
Birmingham News

JaCoby Stevens, a 5-star safety from Oakland High School (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), confirmed to SEC Country that coaches from the Tide reached out to him shortly after the news broke that Miles had been fired . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

More News
The Florida Gator volleyball team finished their SEC opening weekend with a clean sweep against Alabama 3-0 . . .

The Crimson Tide quarterback planned a nightcap Saturday in nearby Montgomery, Ala., where his brother, Averion, is a senior quarterback for Texas Southern, which faced Alabama State . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Alabama coach Nick Saban might have a bit of a reputation as a curmudgeon, but he showed off his big heart with a birthday gift to a player's mother who is battling breast cancer . . .

Other News of Note
Bayless rips into many of the high point totals the defensive-minded, Saban-led Crimson Tide have allowed over the past several seasons . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Alabama player performances in Week 3 of NFL action . . .

No need for LSU to embark on an exhaustive and extensive coaching search after firing Les Miles. All that's required is a phone call. Dial 205-348-3600 and ask for Lane Kiffin . . .
USA Today


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