A long-winded college journey led me to Tuscaloosa and the University of Alabama. I graduated May 2020 and am now proud to provide you with the latest news surrounding Alabama Crimson Tide sports. With the love and support of my wife, Day, I'm a father of three: Jay, Coraline and Jensen. I'm also a huge Pittsburgh Steelers and heavy metal fan and enjoy discussing those topics as well. Follow me on Twitter @JJacobHarrisonn.
What We’ve Learned From A Day 2021
Ups and downs filled the Crimson Tide's Spring scrimmage Saturday afternoon.
Herb Jones’s Toughness Shines in 81-73 Victory Over Bulldogs
Alabama defeats Mississippi State on the back of a gritty performance from Herb Jones.
Five Crimson Tide Players Invited to Senior Bowl
With a new-look Senior Bowl just two weeks away, five Alabama Crimson Tide alumni are headed to Mobile to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft.
Week 7 Bama Pro of the Week: Landon Collins
Before leaving the game with a season-ending injury, Landon Collins made the play that boosted the Washington Football Team to a pivotal win over Dallas.
The Legend of Jaylen Waddle Does Not End Here
Jaylen Waddle is a Crimson Tide legend, for both his abilities as a football player and as a tremendous teammate.
Taulia Tagovailoa Set to Debut For the Terps
Both Taulia Tagovailoa and his fellow quarterback Lance LeGrandre are expected to see the field Saturday as redshirt freshmen who have thrown just a handful of passes in mop-up duty.
Everything You Need to Know as a New Dolphins Fan
Now that Tagovailoa is set to make his first NFL start on November 1st against the Los Angeles Rams, let's catch you up on everything you need to know as a newly dubbed Miami Dolphins fan.
Mac’s Dimes Are the Key to Victory
If Mac Jones keeps up his insanely productive play, the Crimson Tide have a far better chance of beating the Georgia Bulldogs, with or without Nick Saban.
Will The 2020 CFP Champion Come With an Asterisk?
As we enjoy a full weekend of football, both collegiate and professional, the question of a championship asterisk still looms over the 2020 college football season.
44 Players Missing Tennessee Practices
Injuries and contact tracing of a handful of positive COVID-19 cases halt Tennessee's Saturday scrimmage and its preparation for the season opener against South Carolina.