Alabama has been successful under Nick Saban without big-play receivers. Now that they have a host of them, the sky's the limit for the Crimson Tide offense.
Alabama has won three of the last four national titles, and might add another this season. But some major work needs to be done filling holes on the offensive line first.
Alabama is known for getting underclassmen ready to play big-time college football, and many of them are already prepared to play in the NFL.
With Alabama's 2013 class about to become official, it's time to hand out some superlatives for the 2012 recruiting class.
With several starters NFL-bound, Alabama has plenty of players lined up to fill the holes.
Alabama won the national title and its offense was a major reason why. Alex Scarborough hands out his grades.
Alabama's veterans knew about them in the spring and preseason. After some amazing performance, culminating in the SEC championship, the football world know about the Tide's super freshmen
ESPN college football and NFL draft analyst Kevin Weidl sits down wth TideNation to talk Alabama football after the Crimson Tide's latest dominating performance.
If you're good enough, it doesn't matter how old you are at Alabama. The Crimson Tide are receiving big plays from freshmen Amari Cooper and T.J. Yeldon.
No. 1 Alabama goes into unfamiliar territory Saturday, as it travels to Columbia, Mo., for its first SEC matchup with the Missouri Tigers.
The undefeated Crimson Tide are solid across the board on offense, with pass protection and productivity from its H-backs and tight ends two of its few areas with room for improvement.
Alabama's offense has been labeled vanilla, but the Crimson Tide might be able to air it out more in 2012.
Alabama hauled in the nation's No. 1 class in 2012 and already is landing commits from top recruits for 2013.
The Crimson Tide appears to have more talent in its 2012 group of receiver recuits than it has had since 2008.