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01/13/17 - Alabama left tackle Cam Robinson, cornerback Marlon Humphrey and wide receiver ArDarius Stewart are skipping their senior seasons to enter the NFL draft. The trio announced their decisions on Friday, four days after the Crimson Tide lost to Clemson in the national championship game. Robinson and Humphrey are both projected as first-round picks. Robinson started every game at left tackle during his three-year career. He won the Outland Trophy this season as the nation's top interior lineman. Humphrey was a two-year starter after redshirting in 2014. He had 36 tackles and returned an interception for a touchdown. Stewart led the Tide in receiving with 864 yards and eight touchdowns despite missing two games with a sprained knee and one for a suspension. - AP Sports
12/19/16 - 2016 ALL-SEC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR ArDarius Stewart, Alabama,...Nagurski Trophy winner Jonathan Allen and Butkus Award winner Reuben Foster were joined on defense by sophomore defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick. Outland Trophy finalist Cam Robinson was named to the first-team offense along with freshman quarterback Jalen Hurts and junior wide receiver ArDarius Stewart. Junior JK Scott was selected as the first team punter. - Alabama Football
11/12/16 - No. 1 Alabama overwhelms Mississippi State...Behind four passing touchdowns from freshman quarterback Jalen Hurts, No. 1 Alabama cruised to a 51-3 victory over Mississippi State in Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday. Three of Hurts' touchdown passes went to ArDarius Stewart, as both parts of the duo had career days. Mississippi State got on the board on its opening drive of the second half after kicker Westin Graves made a 47-yard field goal to cut it to 30-3. Midway through the third quarter, Hurts found Stewart for a 15-yard touchdown pass to give Alabama a 37-3 lead. Hurts and Stewart would connect again for a 20-yard score to push Alabama's margin to 44-3. Hurts finished the day 28 of 37 for 347 yards and four touchdowns with one interception. He rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries. Stewart hauled in eight passes for 156 yards and three touchdowns. - The Sports Xchange
09/07/16 - While Nick Saban wants to see improvement, top-ranked Alabama was pretty impressive in the opening of its national-title defense — without a proven quarterback and with Heisman Trophy-winning tailback Derrick Henry in the NFL. That Crimson Tide defense, down four players taken in the first two rounds of the NFL draft last spring, is still physical and dominating, too. On the season's first Saturday, when two top-five teams lost, freshman quarterback Jalen Hurts threw two touchdown passes to ArDarius Stewart and ran for two more scores in a 52-6 victory over No. 20 Southern California on Saturday night. "We got off to a little bit of a shaky start in the first quarter, especially on offense," Saban said. "We scored a lot of points, made a lot of big plays, but still our consistency in execution needs to be much improved. ... My focus with our team right now is what can we do better."
At least the Tide is 1-0, unlike No. 3 Oklahoma and No. 5 LSU after their losses Saturday. And No. 16 UCLA lost as well. USC coach Clay Helton sees Alabama a little different than Saban after the Trojans were held to 194 yards in their most lopsided loss since a 51-0 setback to Notre Dame in 1966. "Obviously one game does not make a season. We played a very good team," said Helton. "They played to their potential. The cold hard truth is we did not play up to ours." Stewart was wide open in the end zone behind the secondary when Hurts hit him for a 39-yard score midway through the second quarter that made it 7-3 and put Alabama ahead to stay. They hooked up on a 71-yard touchdown right after halftime for a 24-3 lead, and Hurts later had TD runs of 7 and 6 yards. - AP Sports