Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Bama Prepares for Opener vs. Hawaii

This week the Crimson Tide is preparing for their opener against Hawaii. Tide coach Mike Shula said that this will be Alabama's toughest opening game in his tenure. Hawaii runs a high octane pass offense that racked up over 400 yards per per game last year. Their defense is not supposed to be anything special.

The boys and I are really looking forward to this game. It should be really cool to experience the new stadium and the atmosphere. Here are some articles.

Alabama's All About Football

Hawaiian cowboy

Haka could have Tide seeing red

Bear in mind, he's beloved

Tide's Smith to join select group of freshman starters

Crimson Tide prepares for Hawaii and its pass-happy offense

ALABAMA REPORT: Bryant-Denny's new face


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