Pro Football Focus ranks Alabama No. 1 in the nation heading into the summer.
Athlon released its Top-25 ranking on Monday afternoon, with Alabama No. 1.
Alabama HC Nick Saban resents the impression that his players enter the NFL with excessive wear and tear.
Sports Illustrated ranked Alabama No. 2 in its post-spring top-25 power rankings.
In a poll of six writers at CBS Sports, Alabama HC Nick Saban was a unanimous selection as the best overall coach in the country.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Philadelphia "has emerged as the leading candidate" to host the 2017 NFL Draft.
Denver will make a bid to host the NFL draft in 2019.
Per ESPN’s Brett McMurphy, the NCAA banned the creation of new bowls until 2019.
The NFL canceled the annual rookie symposium.
Alabama paid out $2.2 million in staff bonuses for the 2015 campaign.
In an interview on The Dan Patrick Show, Alabama HC Nick Saban indicated that he does not care about Michigan's spring practice trip to Florida.
On Fortune's list of the world's 50 greatest leaders, Alabama HC Nick Saban lands at No. 11.
ESPN's Travis Haney and Adam Rittenberg ranked Alabama as the No. 1 coaching locale in the country.
Alabama reported profits of $46.5 million for 2015.