Alabama Crimson Tide football

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  • 3rd Saturday Research Paper

    1928 until 1992, the Alabama-Tennessee game was played on the third Saturday of this month but has lately been playing on a different week. For the fourth consecutive weekend, the 9th ranked Tennessee Volunteers are slotted for the 3:30 prime time CBS kick-off with Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson on the call. And for the fourth straight game, the Vols will face-off against an SEC top 25 opponent. Winning two of the three games so far, their lone loss coming last weekend in College Station. This task however, will be the most challenging one of them all so far. On Saturday the Vols host the defending…

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  • Alabama Crimson Tide Research Paper

    The Women’s Volleyball Team beat Alabama Crimson Tide in a bruising battle making it a fourth consecutive win for The Rebels against the Elephants at The Pavilion, injuring a player from both Ole Miss and Alabama. Ole Miss has Junior Lexi Thompson to credit for their success with 20 kills, whether she gives herself credit or not, she led the Rebels to a win against Alabama Crimson Tide, while also moving into 7th place for career kills. “I personally never lost to Alabama, and it is great to…

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  • College Athletes Should Not Be Allowed In College Sports

    Putting basketball and football players in college not only would help the game and the players, but it makes sense. In college playing sports is their job and it is ludicrous that they are receiving nothing back after all they have done for the program and college sports as a whole. Many critics will call it unfair and claim the athletes are incapable of handling that amount of money, but what makes them so sure that just a year later they will have everything all together. As a fan of the…

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  • Ozzie Newsome: A Career In Sports

    Ozzie Newsome was born on March 16, 1956 in Muscle Shoals, AL. He is a former tight end for the Cleveland Browns who played from 1978 to 1990. He played four years at the University of Alabama and was named AP first-team All-Pro in 1977. He only lost 6 out of 50 games in his college career for the Crimson Tide but was never able to win a national championship. Ozzie Newsome won a state championship in high school and was recruited by Paul Bryant to play for Alabama. He played in 48 straight…

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  • Iron Bowl Essay

    Beginning in 1893, The Iron Bowl has been referred to as the biggest sports rivalry nationwide. In the film Roll Tide War Eagle, Cam Newton, former Auburn quarterback, states, “You either have to be crimson or orange and blue.” Greg McElroy, former Alabama quarterback, adds, “And if you don’t pick either one then they both hate you” (Roll Tide War Eagle). Experiencing this first hand, I have seen this turn from a rivalry to an all out war. There is true hatred in this rivalry. No matter where…

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  • Barry Sanders Accomplishments

    arguably the best running back in the league. He had won the Rookie of the Year Award, and also named the Most Valuable Player a few times. In all of Barry’s years playing for the Lions, he was selected to play in the Pro Bowl each of his 10 NFL seasons, because Sanders held nearly every Lions’ rushing record and numerous all-time NFL records. With all of his achievements Barry was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame back in 2004. The next player is John Elway. John was a football and…

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  • Paying College Athletes

    from the rest of the student body. In order to live the dream of playing a collegiate sport, one must work the extra mile to break away from the pack. Getting paid for athletics may seem like it’s logical with the amount of money college games earn, but getting paid to play a sport is what sets the pros and the up and comers apart. How would the University disperse the money between all of the athletes anyways, would it be based on skill or position? There is no answer, there would never be a…

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  • Big Al Essay

    Big Al is the mascot of the University of Alabama (UA) Crimson Tide, in Tuscaloosa, AL. Big Al is an elephant, they say in 1930 when UA’s first football team was entering the stadium a fan yelled “hold your horses, the elephants are coming” and has stuck with them ever since. UA went on to win the Championship that year. In 1980 there was a vote on campus and Big Al stayed the mascot and received the name “Big Al”. That same year the mascot was first brought out on to the field as an elephant…

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  • Football Fans Research Paper

    volleyball, softball, wrestling, cross country, track, tennis, racing, and many more. However, football fans happen to be the most entertaining to watch and interesting to know. Football is a roller coaster of a sport and it brings its fans along for the ride. The best fans are the die-hard fans, the jaded fans, and the band-wagon fans. Die-hard fans make football games entertaining because of their crazy antics. Most North Dakota State University (NDSU) Bison fans are die-hard fans. Fans…

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  • How Did Knute Change College Football

    Knute Rockne Changes College Football and Makes Notre Dame Famous On a cold spring day in 1888, the legendary Notre Dame football coach Knute Rockne was born to a humble, Norwegian wagon builder (Oriard). The family immigrated to America five years later in search of greater economic opportunities (Carter). In high school, Knute briefly played football and ran track before dropping out (Carter). He worked as a postal clerk for a few years before finally taking an entrance exam for Notre Dame and…

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