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♦ Alabama Crimson Tide Football Records ♦
First season: 1892 ~ AD: Greg Byrne - 1st yr. ~ HC: Nick Saban - 11th yr.
- Wins  127 ~ Losses  20 ~ Ties   0  - .864%
Bryant–Denny Stadium ~ Tuscaloosa, AL ~ Capacity: 101,821 ~ Surface: Grass
Conference SEC: - (1932) ~ SEC West Div.: - (1992)
All-time record:  Wins  891 ~ Losses  327 ~ Ties  43 ~ .724% 891–327–43 (.724)
[Alabama had 8 wins and 1 tie forfeited by the NCAA during the 1993 season and 21 wins vacated by the NCAA between the 2005-2007 seasons.]
Post Season record:  Wins 40 ~  Losses 25 ~  Ties 3 ~  .610%
Claimed Nat'l Titles: {17}
1925, 1926, 1930, 1934, 1941, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1973, 1978, 1979, 1992, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017
Unclaimed Titles: {4} ~ 1945, 1966, 1975, 1977
Conf. Titles: {30} ~ 4 Southern ~ 26 SEC ~ Division titles: 13
Heisman winners: 2 ~ Unamious All-Americans: 69 ~ All-Americans: 72



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NCAA Football News:
June 13th, 2018:
QB To Sit Out 2018 Season:

Former Clemson QB Hunter Johnson transfers to Northwestern

Former Clemson quarterback Hunter Johnson is transferring to Northwestern, the Wildcats announced on Monday.

Johnson, whom ESPN ranked as the No. 1 pocket passer and No. 21 overall player in the 2017 recruiting class, announced his decision Monday.

He opted to leave Clemson last month after competing for the starting job with incumbent Kelly Bryant and incoming freshman Trevor Lawrence, ESPN's top-rated pocket passer and No. 2 overall player in the 2018 class.

"I'm thrilled to be part of the Wildcat family," Johnson said in a statement.

"The program that Coach [Pat] Fitzgerald and his staff have built at Northwestern is phenomenal, and one my family has had the opportunity to get to know and trust."

Johnson will sit out the 2018 season and have three years of eligibility after completing 18 of 22 passes in seven games as a true freshman at Clemson last fall.

Northwestern is hoping to get quarterback Clayton Thorson, a three-year starter, back from an ACL injury for the 2018 season but will need a new starter for 2019.

Johnson also visited Duke and considered Purdue before picking Northwestern, where his older brother, Cole, played as a reserve wide receiver.

"We are ecstatic to add a player of Hunter's caliber and character to our program," Fitzgerald said in a prepared statement.





NCAA Football News:
June 15th, 2018:
DALLAS, TX (AP):

The NCAA settled a lawsuit Friday with the family of a former University of Texas football player that accused the organization of being responsible for his brain injuries and death decades after his playing career.

The lawsuit in Dallas was settled after three days of trial. A court administrator confirmed the settlement but said no terms were released.

The widow of former Longhorns defensive lineman Greg Ploetz sought to hold the NCAA responsible for his health problems long after his playing career. He played at Texas from 1968 to 1971.

The Longhorns won the national title in 1969 and Ploetz was the Southwest Conference defensive player of the year in 1971. He did not play professionally but graduated in 1972, earned a master’s degree and became a teacher.

Ploetz died in 2015 and Boston University researchers concluded he had extensive brain damage known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy.

The lawsuit was seen as a potential landmark case if the jury ruled against the NCAA. The NCAA previously agreed to give $70 million for a brain trauma trust fund to settle other lawsuits.

”The NCAA has agreed to settle the claims brought by Mrs. Ploetz,” NCAA chief legal officer Donald Remy said in a statement. ”The settlement gives all parties the opportunity to resolve the case outside of a lengthy trial.

The NCAA does not admit liability as part of the settlement. We will continue to defend the Association vigorously in all jurisdictions where similar unwarranted individual cases are pursued.

It is our hope that other plaintiff’s lawyers recognize that this is one settlement in one case.” - Family lawyers did not immediately respond to messages seeking comment.

According the lawsuit, Ploetz suffered from serious health problems for most of his life, including memory loss, difficulty communication and confusion. He stopped teaching in 2009.

After he died, his brain was donated to Boston University’s brain injury research team, which concluded his brain showed severe levels of CTE.

Debra Hardin-Ploetz sued for negligence and wrongful death, claiming that repetitive head trauma during his college career contributed to his health problems, and sought more than $1 million in damages.

She said Ploetz accepted the risk of broken bones while playing football, but was never warned he might suffer long-term brain damage.





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