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Will Bama given Mullen a standing ovation?

Will Bama given Mullen a standing ovation? Message boards have heated up this week on the possibility of Dan Mullen receiving a standing ovation from...

What Can Alabama Still Accomplish After the LSU Loss?

What Can Alabama Still Accomplish After the LSU Loss? Alabama's loss to LSU crushed the Crimson Tide's national championship hopes. That does not mean Alabama...

Only prizes left for Alabama now are consolation prizes

Only prizes left for Alabama now are consolation prizes McElroy took the loss hard beyond the ice wrap he wore on his right knee, but...

Mark Ingram to play Saturday

Associated Press TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Alabama coach Nick Saban says Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram is "ready to go" and will play against Duke Saturday. Ingram has practiced all week for the top-ranked Crimson Tide after missing the first two games following arthroscopic surgery on his left knee. Saban said Wednesday he hasn't decided on Ingram's role for his first game back in a situation where the Tide is heavily favored. SEC blog ESPN.com's Chris Low writes about all things SEC in his conference blog. • Blog network: College Football Nation "He's done well," Saban said. "He's running fast and hard and cutting and doing well." Ingram also is facing questions of whether he would start after Trent Richardson averaged 6.6 yards on 32 carries during his absence. Richardson also ranks second in the SEC in all-purpose yardage. "We really don't look at it as what team he's on or whether he starts or doesn't start," Saban said. "We feel like [Ingram] needs to play in this game to enhance his development in terms of coming back and rehabilitating himself physically and from a confidence standpoint. "We're going to play him in the game and we haven't decided exactly how we'll do it. Guys don't lose their jobs around here just because they get injured." The Duke game comes ahead of consecutive games against ranked opponents -- No. 12 Arkansas, No. 10 Florida and No. 13 South Carolina. Left tackle James Carpenter (ankle) and linebackers Courtney Upshaw (ankle) and Chris Jordan (shoulder) have been practicing after suffering injuries. Saban said he expected them to go through the entire practice Wednesday. Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press

The only scenario that AL can win the SEC West…

If Crimson Tide can tie for SEC West title, it will go to Atlanta TUSCALOOSA -- Alabama's only hopes to represent the SEC Western Division...

Misery needs company when you’re a coaches’ wife (Terry Saban)

Misery needs company when you're a coaches' wife (Terry Saban) Barbara Dooley is a coaches' wife and figured she might have to fly solo. Her...

Thinking about Nick Saban and the Dallas Cowboys

Thinking about Nick Saban and the Dallas Cowboys What was Nick Saban’s biggest problem in Miami? The quarterback position. Everyone knows Saban made a mistake in...

Bama braces for suddenly potent Mississippi State

Bama braces for suddenly potent Mississippi State What started as a two-quarterback offense turned into Chris Relf’s show, and the Montgomery resident knows how to...

What’s wrong with Tide’s offense? Huh? It’s a failure to communicate

What's wrong with Tide's offense? Huh? It's a failure to communicate This is easy to understand: Alabama players have had trouble understanding each other in...

Dooley: Saban won’t dominate Tuberville

Dooley: Saban won't dominate Tuberville It's college football, so I took a poll. Nick Saban didn't drop Georgia. Vince Dooley did. Saban isn't one of...

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