From being picked in the 1st round of the NFL draft to living on the streets. Former Alabama star and Keith McCants shares his story of struggle, his trips to rehab, and how he is hoping his past mistakes can help educate a new generation.
It’s Alabama. It’s Auburn. It’s the Iron Bowl! Records don’t matter when bragging rights are on the line. On this special episode of Air It Out, former Auburn QB, Stan White, and former Alabama DB, Antonio Langham, talk the 1992 Iron Bowl.
Comedian, and Crimson Tide superfan, Jermaine "FunnyMaine" Johnson talks getting into comedy, the origin of his “How Bama Fans watched…” videos, and if there is Alabama fatigue in the world of college football.
The “Riverboat Gambler” talks Auburn’s six straight wins over Alabama in the Iron Bowl, the “JetGate” scandal, and how Coach Ed Orgeron helped him meet his wife. Plus, did Tommy Tuberville seriously consider running for governor in Alabama?
NBA and Auburn Legend, Charles Barkley, talks growing up in Leeds, the best players he ever faced, paying college athletes, and more. Plus, he reflects on the “I'm Not A Role Model” Nike campaign, and shares his thoughts on what Birmingham needs to do to grow.
From Bama to Buffalo, All-American linebacker, Cornelius Bennett, reflects on growing up in Ensley, “The Sack”, and how he became known as “Biscuit”. Plus, he talks about being a proud father watching his son play at Tennessee, his decision to donate his brain for CTE research, and more.
They are the comments heard around the Bama Nation, and they are comments that are not being taken fondly by many Crimson Tide football fans. Yes, Jalen indeed hurts, and that hurt has been simmering inside the young man's brain since moments after Tua went all 2nd-and-26 on the Georgia Bulldogs.
From time to time in Alabama, the public gets a glimpse into what police body cameras capture. The reason we don't see them all the time is because Alabama doesn't have any state laws governing when or how policy body camera footage should be released. Representative Givan is working to change that.
Federal prosecutors in Florida violated the rights of victims by secretly reaching a non-prosecution agreement with a wealthy financier accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls, a federal judge ruled Thursday.