At Alabama, Doubt Replaces a Football Dynasty
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At Alabama, Doubt Replaces a Football Dynasty

Dan Wolken, USA TODAY     TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (USA Today) — No two college football…

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Former Oakland and Alabama Quarterback Ken Stabler Dies at 69
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Former Oakland and Alabama Quarterback Ken Stabler Dies at 69

(The Washington Post) – Ken “Snake” Stabler, who led the Raiders to their first Super…

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Saban Unapologetic About Signing Taylor Despite His Past
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Saban Unapologetic About Signing Taylor Despite His Past

JOHN ZENOR, AP Sports Writer TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama coach Nick Saban steadfastly defended…

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University of Alabama Elects First African American SGA President in Nearly 40 Years
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University of Alabama Elects First African American SGA President in Nearly 40 Years

Amanda Bennett, HUFFINGTON POST   TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (Huffington Post)—On March 10, Elliot Spillers was elected…

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Fraternity in Racist Video Has Roots in Antebellum South
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Fraternity in Racist Video Has Roots in Antebellum South

ALLEN G. BREED, AP National Writer Sigma Alpha Epsilon was born a few years before…

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Bama Players Motivated by Sour Ending to Season
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Bama Players Motivated by Sour Ending to Season

JOHN ZENOR, AP Sports Writer HOOVER, Ala. (AP) — Alabama receiver Amari Cooper has been…

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University of Alabama Moves to End Segregated Sorority System
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University of Alabama Moves to End Segregated Sorority System

[TIME] Nearly a week after the University of Alabama came under fire for persistent segregation…

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1963 was the Pivotal Year for Civil Rights
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1963 was the Pivotal Year for Civil Rights

By George E. Curry NNPA Columnist   In the modern civil rights era, no year…

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