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Entries for October 6th, 2017

Derrick Henry takes a swing at Tim Tebow’s baseball career at ‘Heisman House’

Tim Tebow thinks the guys are going to a Halloween party costumed as “Star Wars” characters. But his “Heisman House” buddies are all dressed as Tim Tebow – except Derrick Henry. He’s going as a baseball player.

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SEC Football by the Numbers: Top 10 for Week 6

The sixth Saturday of the SEC’s 2017 football season is the first of the year without any non-conference games. The slate includes six conference contests – Alabama at Texas A&M, Arkansas at South Carolina, Ole Miss at Auburn, LSU at Florida, Georgia at Vanderbilt and Missouri at Kentucky — while Mississippi State and Tennessee have [...]

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Ryan Kelly returning to Indianapolis Colts’ lineup on Sunday

Former Alabama All-American Ryan Kelly will make his 2017 NFL debut on Sunday, returning to the Indianapolis’ lineup as the Colts’ center when they host the San Francisco 49ers.

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Nick Saban points to one specific way Texas A&M makes prep difficult

Alabama travels to College Station on Saturday evening.

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Nation’s No. 1 recruit Justin Fields commits to Georgia over Alabama, Auburn

Dual-threat quarterback Justin Fields made his college commitment Friday.

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Listen to this week’s episode of ‘Hey Coach!’ with Nick Saban

Listen to Alabama coach Nick Saban make his last public comments before the top-ranked Crimson Tide faces Texas A&M on Saturday at 6:15 p.m. in College Station, Texas.

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Beat writer Q&A: Why Texas A&M never capitalized on ‘12 win over Bama

Travis L. Brown of The Bryan-College Station Eagle answers five questions from AL.com.

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AL.com staff CFB picks: Alabama-Texas A&M, Auburn-Ole Miss

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Alabama will try to contain one of SEC’s top playmakers

“He’s a real special talent.”

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Texas A&M ’strongest team’ yet for Alabama? Probably not

The Aggies are not bringing a more skilled defense to the table Saturday than FSU and their offense is not scary as all Halloween.

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