The Capstone

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  1. Papa Perry

    Papa Perry Leeroy Jenkins!!!

    Jul 1, 2009
    The Capstone

    Alabama Crimson Tide

    Coach Papa Perry

    All Time Record: 840-318-43
    Bowl Record: 34-22-3
    Conference Championships: 28 (2011)
    National Championships: 14 (2010)
    Rivals: Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee
  2. Papa Perry

    Papa Perry Leeroy Jenkins!!!

    Jul 1, 2009
    Season 1 (2010)

    2010 Alabama 14-0 (9-0)
    BCS National Champions
    SEC Champions

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    Alabama's National Championship season was one for the story books. They were the first team in college football history to defeat the last 5 national champions in one season (Texas '05, LSU '06, Florida '07, LSU '08, Florida '09). Also they were the first team in the SEC to go undefeated and win the National Title since Tennessee's '99 BCS Title. They hope to make a run again this year going into the season #1 and the overall favorite by the media.

    Offense (8 Returning Starters)

    Alabama's offense has the potential to be the most productive in school history. Led by Heisman winner Mark Ingram the rush offense shouldn't lose a step. Even though he's technically the back-up, Trent Richardson could still start for any team in the country and you can look for him to put up some big numbers as well this season. RS-Fr. Eddie Lacy and RS-Jr. Demetrius Goode will also be getting some carries to spell the Tide's top 2 backs. The passing attack will only be better this year with Greg McElroy starting this year as a seasoned veteran compared to last year while continuing his undefeated streak as a starter. Obviously the monstrous Julio Jones will be his biggest (physical) target but Marquis Maze shows the quickness and agility to make guys miss when he has the ball in his hands. Darius Hanks proved to be an excellent player in the slot and will be even more involved this year. The offensive line will replace to starters but one of the replacements is the mammoth 6'6 340 lbs DJ Fluker.

    Defense (3 Returning Starters)

    The defense, although missing a lot of starters from last year, could be even better this year. One thing noticably different this year is the amount of athleticism up front. Chapman is 50 lbs lighter than the man he replaced from last year (Terrence Cody) but double teams are needed just as much for him. Marcell Dareus while getting a great bit of playing time last year was not a starter but he has already shown to be a force for the defense this year. The Linebacker stable for Alabama returns 1 starter from last year (Nico Johnson) and 1 starter from 2 years ago (Donta Hightower). Hightower went down for the season last year in the 4th game but after watching him in the spring you can tell that last years injury has zero effect on him. Jerrell Harris will get his much anticipated start at the Sam LB position (LOLB) and Courtney Upshaw will be taking over the Jack LB spot (ROLB). The secondary got relief when Robby Green, who was previously suspended for the season, was reinstated by the NCAA and cleared of charges for his unknown offense. Him and Mark Barron are the only 2 returning starters in the secondary. At the corner positions, True-So. Dre Kirkpatrick and RS-So. BJ Scott will hold down those spots after proving worthy in the spring. LSU transfer Phelon Jones, JUCO Dequan Menzie, and True-Fr. Demarcus Milliner will be great replacements if needed.

    2010 Schedule

    Week Opponent Result
    Week 1 at Colorado W 42-14
    Week 2 vs Penn State W 31-21
    Week 3 vs Florida State W 28-21
    Week 4 at Arkansas W 35-28
    Week 5 vs Florida W 17-7
    Week 6 at South Carolina W 35-3
    Week 7 vs Ole Miss W 35-20
    Week 8 at Tennessee W 24-17
    Week 9 at Virginia Tech W 20-17
    Week 10 at LSU W 38-28
    Week 11 vs Mississippi State W 31-10
    Week 12 BYE
    Week 13 vs Auburn W 44-24
    Week 14 BYE
    SEC Championship vs Florida W 14-13
    BCS Championship vs Ohio State W 24-17

    Click on result for summary

    Alabama 2010-2011 Recruiting Class

    Stars Name Pos. Rank Height Weight State
    1 :4stars: Marcus Walters DE #5 6'4 250 GA
    2 :4stars: Brent Butler DT #11 6'2 290 TN
    3 :4stars: Jimmie Mathis QB #11 6'6 241 VA
    4 :5stars: Brandon Smith T #2 6'3 304 AR
    5 :4stars: Alex Smith FS #4 6'3 192 AL
    6 :4stars: Patrick Myrick (JUCO) SS #8 6'1 209 AL
    7 :4stars: Brandon Williams WR #10 6'0 172 NC
    8 :5stars: Stan Prater DE #1 6'6 239 GA
    9 :4stars: Anthony Romero WR #15 6'0 211 TX
    10 :4stars: Ryan Haynes T #6 6'6 321 AL
    11 :4stars: Bill Barnes HB #11 6'0 205 AZ
    12 :4stars: Adam Morris C #6 6'2 282 MI
    13 :4stars: Chris Schroeder OLB #27 6'2 222 AL
    14 :4stars: Vincent Robbins OLB #5 6'3 223 CN
  3. Papa Perry

    Papa Perry Leeroy Jenkins!!!

    Jul 1, 2009
    2011 Alabama 12-2 (8-1)
    Sugar Bowl Winners
    SEC Champions


    Alabama comes into this season after winning their 2nd consecutive BCS Title and NCAA record 14th national title. Alabama is also riding into this season with the nation's longest current win streak with 28 consecutive wins. Tis year will be somewhat opposite of last with Alabama returning more starters on defense than offense. Either way this team should be the favorite to win it all again and become the first team to ever win 3 straight national titles.

    Offense (6 Returning Starters)

    Alabama a new group of starters behind a veteran offensive line that knows ow to push defenses around. Even though the new starters have some big shoes to fill, a lot of them are expected to flourish. So. QB AJ McCarron will start this season but has only dropped back to pass 4 times in his career. Jr. HB Trent Richardson will get the majority of carries and could very well be a Heisman candidate at the end of the season. So. Eddie Lacy and Sr. Demetrius Goode will spell get some carries while Richardson rests. The receivers will be led by the quick and elusive Sr. Marquis Maze. Starting on the other side will be Sr. Brandon Gibson who didn't play a whole lot last year but still had 2 TDs. The 3rd WR for Alabama will be different combinations of Michael Bowman, Kenny Bell, and Kendall Kelly who are all rs-So.

    Defense (8 Returning Starters)

    Returning 8 starters for a defense that played great when it needed to last year is really gonna help this team win. Jr. Damion Square and rs-So. Darrington Sentimore are both new DE starters but should both be able to learn from Sr NT Josh Chapman. So. Ed Stintson as moved from back-up JACK to starting at SAM. Sr. Courtney Upshaw returns as the starting JACK. Sr. Donta Hightower and Jr. Nico Johnson also return at the MIKE and WILL positions respectively. The secondary will be led by junior corners Dre Kirkpatrick and BJ Scott and senior safeties Robby Green and Mark Barron. They lead a group that totaled 17 INTs last season.

    2011 Schedule

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8
    Week Opponent Result
    Week 1 at Arizona W 41-16
    Week 2 vs USC W 38-14
    Week 3 BYE N/A
    Week 4 vs Arkansas W 52-7
    Week 5 at Florida L 10-24
    Week 6 BYE N/A
    Week 7 at Ole Miss W
    Week 8 vs Tennessee W 38-10
    Week 9 vs Vanderbilt W 70-7
    Week 10 at Mississippi State W 52-7
    Week 11 vs LSU W 38-17
    Week 12 at Auburn W 48-0
    Week 13 vs Virginia Tech W 24-0
    Week 14 at Florida State L 39-38
    SEC Championship vs Florida 24-17
    Sugar Bowl vs Penn State W 31-24[table/]
    Click on result for summary
    Alabama 2011-2012 Recruiting Class
    Column 1
    Name Pos. Rank Height Weight State OVR
    1 :5stars: Braxton Jackson [/COLOR][/COLOR]QB #2 6'0 185 FL 84
    2 :5stars: Josh Williams [/COLOR][/COLOR]MLB #1 6'3 232 AL 82
    3 :5stars: Jason Robinson HB #2 5'9 213 TX 84
    4 :5stars: David Rouse HB #3 5'11 202 TN 82
    5 :5stars: Blake Johnson [/COLOR][/COLOR]HB #5 6'1 200 AL 81
    6 :5stars: Joe Young DT #1 6'7 300 MS 84
    7 :5stars: David Smith C #1 6'0 267 FL 84
    8 :5stars: Thomas Robinson ATH #5 6'1 181 MS 78 (SS)
    9 :4stars: Shaun Perkins SS #1 5'11 194 AL 77 (CB)
    10 :4stars: Samuel Perkins ATH #9 6'1 190 FL 77 (WR)
    11 :4stars: Joseph Adkins WR #9 6'2 213 CA 69
    12 :4stars: Nick Russell OLB #2 6'0 215 TX 85
    13 :4stars: Lonnie Carter FS #14 5'11 191 AL 76
    14 :4stars: Ken Stephens DE #17 6'3 241 WI 83
    15 :4stars: Spencer Grier G #17 6'0 285 FL 76
    16 :4stars: Logan Wilson DE #21 6'4 246 IN 77
    17 :4stars: Jovon Penn G #18 6'7 302 VA 77
    18 :3stars: Kyle Young (JUCO - Jr.) CB #35 5'11 183 CN 79
    19 :3stars: Nathan Robinson TE #17 6'1 240 AL 70[table/]
    ***Denotes ESPNU 150 Recruit***
  4. Papa Perry

    Papa Perry Leeroy Jenkins!!!

    Jul 1, 2009
    2012 Alabama

    Week 1 | at Ohio State | W 38-24
    Week 2 | at USC | W 28-23
    Week 3 | vs Texas | L 22-27
    Week 4 | at Arkansas | W 39-14
    Week 5 | Bye | N/A
    Week 6 | vs Georgia | W 31-7
    Week 7 | vs Ole Miss | W 38-3
    Week 8 | at Tennessee | W 34-7
    Week 9 | vs Miss State | W 49-14
    Week 10 | at Vanderbilt | W 63-0
    Week 11 | at LSU | W 20-13
    Week 12 | vs Auburn |
    Week 13 | Bye | N/A
    Week 14 | vs Michigan |

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