With the 2022 season completed, the Crimson Tide has a lot to be proud about, and even more to look forward to.
Heading down to the last day, and the last games of the 2022 season, the Alabama Crimson Tide still has a shot at the College Football Playoff.
The Crimson Tide named its team MVP and all other individual accolades at the annual team banquet
The Crimson Tide is the highest-ranked two-loss team.
Your daily briefing on what's going on with Alabama athletics, and how to watch the Crimson Tide.
Nate Oats was proud of the character his team showed, but needs growth in maturity after letting 20-point lead slip away in win over South Dakota State.
While the Crimson Tide was able to get a win on Saturday, it showed some areas of weakness that made the game a struggle from start to finish.
The Crimson Tide struggled for much of the game offensively, but were able to get out of it with a win.
New coach hires Alex Mortensen, son of NFL analyst Chris Mortensen, to lead Blazers' offense.
The Crimson Tide couldn't get the offense in sync, while the Bruins offense was on the attack all night in the College Cup semifinal.
The Crimson Tide saw its program-changing season come to close in the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament on Friday night.
The Crimson Tide loses 3-0 to the UCLA Bruins to end the 2022 season.
Riley Mattingly Parker, Reyna Reyes and Felicia Knox mark the first time Alabama has had three All-Americans in a season.
With the College Football Playoff Expanding to 12 teams, the path to the playoff becomes much more intense
The latest on Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide's efforts to have another No. 1 signing class.
The Bruins and the Crimson Tide are both well-rounded teams, so it will come down to whoever gets the edge.
Oats updated the status of forward Noah Clowney, guard Dom Welch and forward Darius Miles.