Alabama's Barrett Jones has unique perspective when it comes to Alabama's offensive line. Against Kent State, he played at guard, tackle and center, giving the Crimson Tide much-needed versatility.
While spring practice might not produce stars or answers, it does generate plenty of optimism across the country.
Greg McElroy's pursuit of perfection made him ordinary. The insight he gained from that experience enlightened him. Now, the Alabama QB is one game away from a perfect ending.
Florida had the faster horses, that much we knew. But the Gators proved they're not all flash and speed. Against Bama, they proved they can tough it out against the best of them, writes Ivan Maisel.
The recipe for the 2007 season features a generous sprinkling of Southeastern Conference powers, a dash of Southern California and a pinch of the southernmost team in the country.
Destiny smiled on the Crimson Tide for nine weeks, but Alabama's flaws could be covered up for only so long, writes Ivan Maisel.
In a year when Alabama could have struggled recruiting, Mike Shula turned the Tide in his favor.