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Blaine Gibbert, a National Top 100 recruit at QB, has taken an unofficial visit to Alabama and lists them as one of his favorites, along with Missouri and Nebraska. The 6'4" 225lb four star qb had a monster junior season, and looks to be very good again this year. "I really like head coach Nick Saban and their quarterback coach Major Applewhite," Blaine Gabbert said. "He's gonna instill an Indianapolis Colts-type offense there, and I also really love their football tradition."

The Tide players are beginning to see the method to Coach Saban's madness. DJ Hall says "if he's not on you, it means he doesn't care about you. So if he's on you, that means he does care about you." Let's all repeat: he is process-oriented.

"That might sound like rhetoric, but it's the God-honest truth," said assistant head coach Joe Pendry. "It's a process. If you do the process every step of the way, the result takes care of itself."

Go check out the newsletter - Inside the Crimson Tide.

So now we're having people from Washington make fun of us. Y'know, it wouldn't be so bad, except for the fact that I KNOW they just don't understand. That's why only 1,000 show up for Washington State's spring game, and only 2K-4K will show up for Washington's. I guess we can laugh when both of them finish 6-5 or worse next year.


#21: LSU 30 Alabama 28 Saturday, November 4th, 2000 in Baton Rouge, LA

This was the first game after DuBose resigned, following the loss to Central Florida. This was also the first loss to LSU in Baton Rouge since 1969.

There were no real special plays or anything in this one. We took the lead with 14 minutes left in the game, and then gave up a touchdown and a field goal to go down 30-20. We scored again with under a minute left to make the score appear closer than it really was.

We wasted a valiant effort by Ahmaad Galloway, who ran 21 times for 129 yards, including a 55 yard touchdown run in the 3rd quarter to gain a little momentum in the game.

The ironic part was this - LSU's coach at the time, Nick Saban, said "Alabama has a great football team and they are very well coached." This could not be further from the truth. Haha. I wonder why people didn't get mad at him about lying back then. Hmm...

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