Crimson Tide Roll Call: Sept. 30, 2020
Today is … National Love People Day
Today’s Crimson Tide schedule
No games scheduled
Crimson Tide results
No games scheduled
Bama Central Headlines …
- Practice Report: Alabama Football Continues Preparations for Texas A&M
- Could Mississippi State be Alabama's Biggest Challenger in the SEC West?
- Derrick Henry is the BamaCentral Crimson Tide Pro Athlete of the Week
- Crimson Tikes: Dancing Days
- Najee Harris Discusses #WeWantToPlay Movement, Preparations for Texas A&M
- Talk of the Tide: Two Heisman Trophy Finalists on the Same Team in 2020? It's Not Far-Fetched
- In case you missed it: Jaylen Waddle Doesn't Care About His Heisman Trophy Odds
Did you notice?
- Check out this highlight reel from former Alabama basketball forward Donta Hall:
- You gotta admit this is pretty impressive from Collin Sexton:
- Former Alabama running back Damien Harris had a very impressive fall camp for the New England Patriots. Now that he's slated to return to action soon, what exactly does this Patriots stable have in store for the NFL?
On this date in Crimson Tide history:
September 30, 2017: Quarterback Jalen Hurts threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score as No. 1 Alabama demolished Ole Miss 66-3. It was Alabama’s highest-scoring performance in 11 seasons under Nick Saban, and the most points scored by the Crimson Tide since 1979.
September 30, 1961: Looking a little deflated after a season-opening 32-6 win at Georgia Alabama used its defensive might to shut down Tulane 9-0 at Ladd Stadium in Mobile. A 22-yard pass from Pat Trammell to Tommy Brooker accounted for Alabama’s touchdown that was set up by a fumble recovery by Jimmy Wilson on the Greenie 44-yard line. Although Tim Davis missed the extra point, his 24-yard field goal in the third quarter secured the Crimson Tide’s second win of the young season.
Crimson Tide quote of the day:
“If I could reach my students like that, I'd teach for nothing.” – An Alabama professor after seeing a pre-game talk by Coach Paul W. “Bear” Bryant