Alabama won the national title and its offense was a major reason why. Alex Scarborough hands out his grades.
Alabama didn't need its starters for long against Western Carolina, and the Tide's backups performed well to secure the blowout win.
Alabama didn't hang its head after losing to Texas A&M last week and throttled Western Carolina 49-0 in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Alabama looks to regain its edge after two uneven weeks that resulted in an escape against LSU and a loss to Texas A&M.
The Crimson Tide have a routine of one day to ride out the emotion of a win -- and the same applies, they say, after a dramatic loss to Texas A&M that changed the BCS.
Alabama's strength this season has been the run game, but when the Crimson Tide needed a late touchdown from short distance, they went with the pass instead. It didn't work.
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.
Waiting patiently for his turn, then through lower-body injuries, Eddie Lacy is finally leading the Alabama ground attack.
Doug Nussmeier's first game as Alabama's offensive coordinator was a smashing success, as his offensive wrinkles produced big plays against Michigan.
Look no further than Alabama's offensive line to learn why the Crimson Tide were so dominant against the Michigan Wolverines: Blocking created 171 yards untouched out of 234 yards rushing.
The Crimson Tide appears to have more talent in its 2012 group of receiver recuits than it has had since 2008.