With his win Monday night, Alabama’s Nick Saban tied the record for the head coach with the most college football championships. The 66-year-old Saban now has six titles, the same as legendary Alabama coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. That accomplishment alone might put Saban in the pantheon of all-time
HOUSTON -- Scott Frost will have to make room for yet another trophy. The Nebraska head coach, who led UCF to a 13-0 record and a win over? Auburn?in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, was named the Bear Bryant Coach of the Year on Wednesday, marking his fifth major national coach of the year award.
No. 4 Alabama scored a 26-23 victory against No. 3 Georgia to win the College Football Playoff National Championship.
ATLANTA -- The Nick Saban Decade began in Atlanta in August 2008 with a 34-10 victory over No. 9 Clemson so one-sided that Tigers coach Tommy Bowden came out and said his team had been "whipped about every way you get whipped" -- a remarkable thing for a coach to say. The Saban Decade ended in
The name Paul Tyson might not sound familiar to Alabama fans, but his great grandfather's name will. Tyson is the great grandson of legendary coach Bear Bryant and just received a scholarship offer from the Crimson Tide. Tyson is the No. 205 ranked prospect in ESPN Junior 300 and now holds offers
It's hard for any sequel to live up to the original, but this year's Clemson-Alabama rematch in the College Football Playoff National Championship presented by AT&T somehow did the trick. We got more than a little drama, thanks to a back-and-forth fourth quarter that culminated with a Deshaun
TAMPA, Fla. -- We are finally here, and we have the two teams that should have been here all along. So much tradition, talent and hardware between these two programs. We saw these two on this same stage -- different field -- a year ago, and both teams might be even better than the two that pummeled
TAMPA -- As Clemson coach Dabo Swinney sees it, no one has done it quite like Alabama coach Nick Saban . On the eve of No. 2 Clemson's bout with top-ranked Alabama in College Football Playoff National Championship Presented by AT&T, Swinney couldn't help but take a minute to show an outpouring of
The rise of Southeastern football in general and Alabama football specifically and all the endless gloating that goes along with it? It's Washington's fault. That isn't just jealous prattle from fans of Oregon or Washington State, likely the two fan bases most annoyed by the Huskies' sudden rise to