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The University of Alabama is building a football dynasty.

Updated on January 7, 2013

The future is very bright at UA

The Official NCAA Logo of The University of Alabama Athletics.
The Official NCAA Logo of The University of Alabama Athletics. | Source

2009 National Champions Alabama Crimson Tide

Since the University of Alabama won the S.E.C. Championship and then the BCS National Championship in 2009, the crimson tide has been signing some of the best players from all around the country and look to be building a football dynasty in my opinion, remeber that last year Alabama got it's first ever heisman winner Mark Ingram.

I will go ahead and say that I think that Alabama will be the BCS National Champions again in 2011, they have 3 top quarterbacks who are fighting for the starting job, I believe that A.J MCCarron will start in 2011 but according to head coach Nick Saban the QB position will go to the player who does the best in spring drills.

The defense is very solid with many starters returning and I think the secondary will be better than what the tide had in 2009-2010.

Special teams are looking good and it just seems like everything is really coming together at the university of Alabama.

The offensive / defensive lines looked like a NFL team at the A-Day game this year, it was truly unreal.

The recruiting at Alabama is spectacular as they have 3 picks from the rivals top 100 for 2011 so I don't think Alabama will have any problems at all in the recruiting dept, Nick Saban has always been known as one of the best coaches and recruiters in all of college football.

When I look at the schedule for the 2011 season I just about drool, although any team can be beaten on any given day in the south eastern conference, I love the university of Alabama's schedule, they play Penn State the 2nd game of the season and then they have 3 other games I think are key, they play Florida at Florida , then they face the Tennessee Vols at Neyland Stadium and then the Iron Bowl where they face off against their instate rival Auburn at home on Nov. 26 at Auburn.

I think that the Alabama Crimson Tide football program will add to it already storied legacy in the next few years and I love it, all I can say is Roll Tide Roll,

I need 20 people to help me reach my dream.

Alabama are back to back champions.

Well it is official, Alabama has went back to back winning the BCS National Championship in 2011-12.

They have won 3 of the last 4 BCS National Championships and in my humble opinion they have set a new standard of excellence in all of college football.

Coach Saban is now undeniably one of the all time greatest coaches in college football and he has renewed his contract at Alabama and will be preparing to compete for the Championship again in 2013.

Don't be surprised if Alabama wins it again next year, as they will have the talent to compete with any team, on any given day.

Roll Tide Roll


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