Alabama football: Nick Saban talks plans for future ‘football-shaped’ trophy room
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Nick Saban details new trophy room
Alabama is running out of space for trophies. After another national championship, the cases are getting full in the Mal Moore Athletic Facility. Alabama coach Nick Saban has a solution for this problem. In an episode of Bama Cuts, Saban talked about Alabama’s plans for a football-shaped trophy room that could arrive sooner rather than later.
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In other headlines…
- Nebraska coach Scott Frost backed up his comments saying that Alabama is the national champions instead of UCF.
- Rivals.com ranked the top six candidates that could replace Saban.
Tommy Brown prepares for freshman year at Alabama
Former Alabama coach Paul “Bear” Bryant is still helping his old team land recruits. Four-star offensive lineman Tommy Brown’s father, Vince, wanted to be around Bryant, so he chose to throw the shot put for Alabama in the early 1980s. Tommy Brown will enroll in the summer for Alabama. He will compete on the offensive line that just lost two veteran players. AL.com’s Michael Casagrande detailed Brown’s reasoning behind choosing Alabama and how it connects to Bryant.
Alabama hoping to grain ground on top defensive tackle
The nation’s top defensive tackle, Ishmael Sopsher, will most likely wait until National Signing Day to make his decision. Sopsher is a Louisiana product who Alabama is recruiting heavily. Right now, the Crimson Tide are competing with LSU to land him. Our own Chris Kirschner discussed how Alabama can gain ground on Sopsher.
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An NFL.com analyst said Dallas Cowboys running back Bo Scarbrough will exceed expectations.
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