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Freddie Robinson: What Bama football means to me

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All-SEC cornerback from 1980s is Crimson Replay's Player of the Week.

Audio: The legendary Fred Sington

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One of Bama's first great players, hero of 1930 Rose Bowl team, has been gone for many years but lives on through Crimson Replay's archives...

Audio: Reagan talks about Tide, circa 1984

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Another audio memory from Crimson Replay's Time Capsule podcast. Who else was there that day?

Remembering freshman phenom Larry Rose

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The first man in modern Bama history to start the first game of his freshman year is Crimson Replay's Player of the Week...

Paul Kennedy: Remembering 1985 Iron Bowl

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The former Voice of the Tide shares his vivid memories about the climactic ending to one of the greatest Iron Bowls of all time.

Randy Edwards: Flashback to ANOTHER goal-line stand against Penn State

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This one came in 1981, as the Tide defense stiffened on one incredible series and Bama handed Coach Bryant his record-tying 314th career win.

Remembering Bobby Marlow

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One of Bama's greatest all-time runners is recalled by his nephew.

Howard Schnellenberger: Bad checks and Joe Namath

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The one-time Bama assistant coach (who later gave birth to the Miami Miracle) recalls the ordeal of bringing Namath to campus for his official visit.

Gene Newberry: Beating Kentucky

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Crimson Replay's Player of the Week recalls a big catch from 1988.

Shaun Alexander: My favorite Bama memory

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Shaun is Crimson Replay's Player of the Week...

Winning without Namath: 1964 Sugar

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Looking back at a pivotal win over Ole Miss.

Bob Childs on rivalry with Vols, Flowers

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Childs was a very solid linebacker for the Tide in the late 60s. Here he shares a great story about his rivalry with former high school teammate Richmond Flowers, Jr., who went on to star at Tennessee.

Remembering the legendary voice of Mel Allen

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The long-time Voice of the Yankees talks about Paul "Bear" Bryant's decision to return to Tuscaloosa.

Baxter Booth: Why I almost quit on Coach Bryant

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Booth was an end who started for Ears Whitworth...and Coach Bryant pushed him to his breaking point (along with a lot of folks) in the pivotal year of 1958.

Lee Roy Jordan: Remembering 1961 Tide

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Jordan is the featured guest on this week's Time Capsule podcast on Crimson Replay, where you hear voices from Bama's past.

Warren Lyles: Learning a lesson on the field

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A great memory from an outstanding Bama defender from the late 70s...

Randy Edwards: Remembering ANOTHER amazing goal-line stand

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Three years after the one in the Sugar Bowl... In 1981, Bama's defense slammed Penn State en route to Coach Bryant's 314th career win.

Remembering Signing Day 1987

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Traveling with assistant coach Jim Fuller on Signing Day at the start of the Curry era...

Paterno audio: How Bryant helped me

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Encore presentation of Crimson Replay podcast from 2010, featuring JoePa talking about his relationship with Coach Bryant.

Cornelius Bennett: Remembering my first Bama play

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Biscuit was one of the all-time greats, and he has vivid memories of his first play in a Bama uniform.

Ricky Tucker: Hero or goat?

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Tucker was a very good free safety for the Tide from 1977-80, playing on teams that won two national championships and three SEC titles. But he would never forget two memorable plays against Georgia his freshman year, which he discusses here.

Fighting through pain: Jim Grammer story

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Final installment of Crimson Replay's three-part series on Hartselle's Grammer brothers focuses on the aftermath of Richard's tragic death and Jim's battle to come back from an injury and help lead Alabama's wishbone revival in 1971.

Hear the legendary Jim Goostree tell some great Coach Bryant stories

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This week's episode of Crimson Replay's Time Capsule podcast focuses on the late Goostree, who served more than a quarter century as Bama's trainer and later became assistant athletic director.

Trailer for HBO's new NAMATH documentary

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This film from HBO Sports and NFL Films premiers Jan. 28.

George Teague: My favorite memory

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Teague talks about his legendary play against Miami's Lamar Thomas in the 1993 Sugar Bowl.

1979 Sugar Bowl: McNeal's incredible play

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Final part of four-part series on Bama's New Orleans bowl history...

1964 Sugar: Big win, big point

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Third of four stories on Bama's New Orleans bowl history focuses on the 1964 Sugar Bowl against Ole Miss.

Putting the 13th title in perspective, as Tide goes for 14th

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Flashback to two years ago, in the warm afterglow of Pasadena...

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