Nothing lasts forever. Alabama's dynasty will fall. What might cause it?
You might not remember Vince Sutton. He was a Crimson Tide backup quarterback who had one shining moment in 1988 when he lead Alabama in a second half comeback against Kentucky. Today he's the head football coach at Dawson Street Christian School in LaGrange, Ga. and awaiting a kidney transplant that will save his life. Don Kausler Jr. has Sutton's moving story in today's Birmingham News (as well as this addendum) and it's well worth taking a moment of your morning to read.
Hola amigos! Todd had to skip town for the day for some kind of pressing social engagement. Whatever, we're running the joint and cranking up the Hüsker Dü just because he completely hates 'em....
This year's off-season has been a time of reflection about how far the Alabama football program has come since Coach Paul W. Bryant stepped down a quarter century ago.