After Alabama signed four 2013 running backs Wednesday, Nick Saban said he didn't agree with assumptions being made about the team's depth chart.
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.
Gene Chizik goes from Auburn's king to a mere jester, yet the #KeepChizik hashtag could yet prove prescient for Alabama's faithful.
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 top-tier recruiting classes of late are giving the Crimson Tide some much-needed depth in its title-defense season.
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.
With the Tide possibly looking for an heir to Trent Richardson, four-star recruit T.J. Yeldon is ready to audition for the job.
Recruits often commit early to avoid other teams from bothering them, but often, the opposite happens.
Coming off its national title victory, Alabama will have to replace plenty of talent at several positions. Here's an early look at how the lineup might shake out.
With the Tide possibly looking for an heir to Trent Richardson, four-star recruit T.J. Yeldon arrived on campus Tuesday ready to audition for the job.
Alabama will hold one day of spring practice before taking a week off.