Welcome to the Alabama Football Website at rollTide.uCan.us.
Here you can find out the facts about the greatest football team in all
time, The Alabama Crimson Tide.
Check out the latest Bama Football News. See why the
Crimson Tide is the greatest football team ever at the "Most",
Browse all Bama's National Championship
Seasons, or look over all the
football seasons of
the Tide. You can look at a few of the accomplishments of the greatest
football coach that ever walked the sideline,
Paul "Bear" Byrant.
If you are curois about how the Alabama Football Team became the Crimsion
Tide or where the elephant, ("Big Al") came from have a look at
"The Name". --
Most consecutive Southeastern Conference Championships (5) & 8
out of 10 in the '70s.
Most 10 plus game winning streaks (21)
* The national championship in NCAA Division I (FBS) is the subject of much
debate. The University of Alabama has won 13 National Championships in football, most recently in
is to say nothing for the numerous other split-championships. No
other team has this many. The Crimson Tide is tied with Notre Dame with
eight poll-era wire (AP or Coaches) national titles.[ Alabama's
National Championship Seasons].
History and Tradition
The University of Alabama has a long tradition of
excellence in football. The Tide has fielded some of the greatest teams and
players in college football history, and has historically been one of the top
programs in all of college football...
How the Crimson Tide Got its
In early newspaper accounts of Alabama football,
the team was simply listed as the "varsity" or the "Crimson White" after the
The first nickname to become popular and used by
headline writers was the "Thin Red Line." The nickname was used until
1906... READ MORE
Coach Paul "Bear"
A brief look at one of college football's all-time greatest legends, Coach
Paul W. "Bear" Bryant, who was college football's winningest coach for 20 years
after his retirement, and arguably the greatest coach of all time...READ
Nick Saban Named Head
Football Coach at The University of Alabama
Nick Saban, head coach of the National Football League’s Miami Dolphins for
the past two seasons, has been named the 27th head football coach of The
University of Alabama Crimson Tide. Saban has compiled a record of 106-59-1
(.642) in 13 seasons as a head coach, having also led programs at Louisiana
State (LSU), Michigan State and Toledo.