Where were the breakdowns for Alabama in the South Carolina game? Will we see more of A.J. McCarron taking meaningful snaps at quarterback? Will Nick Saban and this Alabama coaching staff adjust the game-plans to the personnel? What should we make of Les Miles’ continued bizarre late-game decisions that seem to work-out for him? What stands out about this week’s slate of SEC games? What are the keys to win for Alabama in Saturday night’s homecoming game with Ole Miss?
At the bottom of this post you can watch and listen to the “Crimson On Demand” sports talk podcast presented by the Paul W. Bryant Museum for the week of October 12, 2010. We discussed all of the questions above in detail and much more. We tape the show each Tuesday morning at 9 CT.
You can watch the podcast and contribute with questions or comments live during the show by going to www.livestream/bryantmuseum. You can also just listen to the podcast from the Bryant Museum’s website or on iTunes.
Taylor Watson (Bryant Museum), David Mize (Bryant Museum), Tom Canterbury (Bama Fever – Midtown) and I, Vince Ferrara (Examiner.com), talk college athletics weekly for the Paul W. Bryant Museum with emphasis on University of Alabama Athletics.
Paul W. Bryant Museum Release & Details
The museum displays cover the history of Crimson Tide football from the first team in 1892 to today. That includes the 2009 national championship trophy, rings and much more.
Follow the museum on twitter and Facebook. Go to www.bryantmuseum.com for links to get you connected!
This weekend’s museum hours:
Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
You can keep in contact with the museum in a variety of ways. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter to get up to date news from the museum staff. They have over 5,000 Facebook fans and are looking to reach the 10,000 mark this summer. Their website contains links to all these resources as well and lots of information on the history of Crimson Tide football. They hope to see you at the Bryant Museum this summer.
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