2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
1st in SEC - West
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2dAlex Scarborough

Sources: Young signed over $800K in NIL deals

Alabama quarterback Bryce Young, who has yet to start a game in his young career, has already signed deals using his name, image and likeness that are worth more than $800,000, according to sources.

Is NIL problematic for college football recruiting? (2:23)
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4dAlex Scarborough

Coach Shaw: Young's NIL deals help Tide recruit

Stanford football coach David Shaw says Alabama QB Bryce Young's seven-figure NIL deals could be a great recruiting tool for Alabama.

Bilas: The ACC should approach the SEC about a merger (0:41)
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5dTom VanHaaren

Alabama lands No. 38 overall prospect Murphy

Alabama added its fourth ESPN 300 commitment in July on Sunday when linebacker Shawn Murphy announced his commitment to the Crimson Tide.

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8dAlex Scarborough

Auburn QB Nix: Tigers 'not scared' of Alabama

Auburn quarterback Bo Nix not only backed up the strong words of a teammate directed toward Alabama on Thursday, he doubled down, telling reporters at SEC media days that they don't fear their in-state rivals.

Nick Saban doesn't care what you call him (0:43)
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Nick Saban confident in Bryce Young's approach (1:48)
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Metchie Jr. details lessons he learned from Smith (1:20)
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Saban says development of players determines longevity (2:13)
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10dAlex Scarborough

Saban unsure on NIL effects, but won't be 'equal'

Alabama coach Nick Saban was reticent on Wednesday to provide any sweeping predictions about how athletes being able to profit off their name, image and likeness will impact the sport of college football.

Saban on Bama mindset: 'Be the best player you can be' (2:53)
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11dAlex Scarborough

Saban: Bryce Young near $1M in endorsements

Alabama coach Nick Saban says sophomore quarterback Bryce Young is nearing $1M in endorsement deals since the NCAA allowed athletes to profit off their name, image and likeness. Young is the presumptive favorite to be named the Crimson Tide's starter.

Sankey preaches precautions as football approaches (4:03)
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Team Stats

Passing Yards358.24th
Rushing Yards183.552nd
Points For48.52nd
Points Against19.413th