Cecil Hurt and Ben Jones sit down to talk about Alabama basketball's season. The Crimson Tide beat Auburn on Tuesday night for a big win and are third in the SEC even with the ups and downs of the season.
Ben Jones and Aaron Suttles discuss the 5 Alabama juniors who are off to the NFL. Minkah Fitzpatrick, Ronnie Harrison, Bo Scarbrough, Da'Ron Payne and Calvin Ridley all declared for the 2018 NFL draft.
TideSports' Ben Jones and Tommy Deas sit down to recap the national championship game after returning to Tuscaloosa. They talk about the decision to play Tua Tagovailoa, the key plays, and where this ranks among Nick Saban's best coaching jobs.
The TideSports staff breaks down the matchup of Monday's national championship game and makes one final pick against the spread this season. Ben Jones, Cecil Hurt, Tommy Deas and Aaron Suttles all join in.
TideSports' Ben Jones is joined by Chris Kirschner of SECcountry.com to discuss Alabama's class after the December signing date. They discuss the Tide's biggest gets, like 5-star defensive end Eyabi Anoma, the toughest misses, and what the class might look like when it all wraps up.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney got his start as a player and an assistant coach at Alabama, with TideSports' Cecil Hurt and Tommy Deas watching. They share some of their memories from his playing days and talk about how he's become a successful head coach.
In our biggest podcast ever, the TideSports staff makes its bowl picks for the first 29 games of the postseason. We'll be back later this month to pick the final bowl games, including the College Football Playoff games.
Alabama made the 2017 College Football Playoff after all, earning the No. 4 seed against Clemson. TideSports' Aaron Suttles and Ben Jones talk about the difference between Alabama and Ohio State and what pushed the Crimson Tide past the Buckeyes.
TideSports' Ben Jones talks with guest Hunter Johnson about the Alabama basketball season and its strong freshman class. The Crimson Tide has a challenging nonconference schedule and the SEC looks as good as it has in years.