Freshman Wilson Furr had a blistering stretch of birding six of seven holes on the back nine to finish minus-8 as the University of Alabama men’s golf team moved into a tie for the lead of the Stockton Regional on Tuesday. The No. 7 Crimson Tide finished the second round at -14, along with unranked unranked Iowa State, one shot ahead of No. 43 Kans
Today’s question is a simple one: who is our favorite college football player of all-time? Original link
Today’s question is a simple one: who is our favorite college football player of all-time? Original link
After playing at one of the iconic programs in college football, running back Bo Scarbrough has started his NFL career with one of the iconic franchises in professional football. Original link
After playing at one of the iconic programs in college football, running back Bo Scarbrough has started his NFL career with one of the iconic franchises in professional football. Original link
Welcome to  SEC Country’s daily Roll Tide-ings , a rundown of everything happening in Alabama Crimson Tide recruiting with Chris Kirschner. In this edition, we talk the latest with the 10 likeliest commitments for Alabama.  The likeliest commitments for Alabama in 2019 class  Alabama has 12 commitments and the nation’s No. 1 class for the 2019 recr
The University of Alabama men’s golf team made a charge on the back nine of The Reserve at Spanos Park in California to finish the first round of the Stockton Regional in third place at 6-under par Monday. After getting a feel for the par-72 course on the first nine holes, the entire Crimson Tide team shot 10-under (-8 for the top four scorers that
Alabama is off to an excellent recruiting start, and you should expect the Crimson Tide to continue its success. SEC Country’s Chris Kirschner will answer the Recruiting Question of the Day each weekday. You can ask him your questions on  Twitter  or on  Facebook.  Find our previous questions and answers  here. Nakobe Dean, the nation’s No. 1 insid
Sports handicapper Danny Sheridan rails on college football and NFL, saying they are a “bunch of prostitutes,” while the state of Alabama is “backward because of the people we have elected” when it comes to gambling. Original link
Sports handicapper Danny Sheridan rails on college football and NFL, saying they are a “bunch of prostitutes,” while the state of Alabama is “backward because of the people we have elected” when it comes to gambling. Original link