Crimson Tide Roll Call: August 13, 2020
Today is ... Left-Handers Day
- All Things Bama Podcast: Will the Big Ten/Pac-12 Regret Their Decisions?
- With Najee Harris Leading the Running Backs, Alabama's Ground Game in 20/20 Shape?
- Big 12 Releases 2020 Football Schedule, Games to Start as Soon as Sept. 12
- 5 Things to Keep An Eye on During Alabama's 2020 Fall Camp
- Crimson Tikes: Against The Wind
- Evaluating Alabama Commit, SI All-American Candidate 2021 DT Damon Payne
- All-Time Drafted Alabama Crimson Tide Players by NFL Teams
- Cary Clark's Greatest Games: 2013 Notre Dame
- NCAA Division 1 Council Recommends Extended Eligibility, Recruiting Dead Period Will Go Through September
- Strength in Numbers Doesn't Begin to Describe Alabama's Potential on the Defensive Line
Did you notice?
- Former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's documentary titled, "Tua," will air on Sept. 6 at 3 p.m (CT). Interviews with coach Nick Saban, Trent Dilfer and Steve Young are seen in the trailer below. Get your popcorn ready.
- Congrats to all of these SEC school and teams on their academic achievements:
- Crimson Tide golfer Wilson Furr has advanced to the round of 32 at the U.S. Amateur after defeating Aaron Du.
- Crimson Tide football target Malcolm Johnson Jr. announced that he will commit on Friday at 9 a.m. (CT). He will decide between Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia and LSU.
Countdown to the Crimson Tide's 2020 opener
On this date in Crimson Tide history:
August 13, 1961: On a porch in a rocking chair at peaceful Jordan Farm near Alexander City, Paul Bryant answered questions of several state media representatives. When asked who his best athlete was and with the reporters expecting to hear names like Lee Roy Jordan, Pat Trammell or Mike Fracchia, Bryant proclaimed the best on the team was Bill Oliver from Livingston. "He's an athlete," said the big man. "When he moves, he moves." – Bryant Museum
August 13, 1973: Running back Sherman Williams was born in Mobile, Ala.
Crimson Tide quote of the day
August 13: “I guess I’m just too full of Bama.” – Tommy Lewis after running off the sideline during the middle of a play and tackling Rice halfback Dickie Moegle during the 1954 Cotton Bowl.