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14-1, 1st in SEC - West

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Alabama sophomore receiver T.J. Simmons announced over the weekend he's transferring to West Virginia. Simmons did not have a catch for the Crimson Tide last season, though contributed on special teams.

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1dAdam Rittenberg

Future power rankings: Who is Alabama's biggest threat?

Like it or not, Alabama tops college football's future power rankings. Those hoping for the fall of Nick Saban's Tide dynasty are not going to be happy over the next three years. But several marquee programs are closing the gap quickly.

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Cali travel ban won't affect Fresno State-Bama

Fresno State's football game at the University of Alabama this fall is expected to go on as scheduled, despite California's decision to ban travel to Alabama by its state employees.

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4dSam Khan Jr.

The missing piece for SEC East teams

If SEC East teams could add a player from any other conference squads to get them to the next level, who would it be? We make our picks here.

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4dEdward Aschoff

SEC's best defensive back duos in 2017

The top secondary duo resides at Alabama in Minkah Fitzpatrick and Ronnie Harrison, but Georgia and Kentucky also have dynamic tandems.

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Bama players hold nothing back in practice (2:07)

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Countdown to Kickoff – 70 Days: Two FBS coaches are over the age of 70 -- Kansas State's Bill Snyder (77 years old) and Ohio's Frank Solich (72).

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5dEdward Aschoff

The SEC's best linebacker duos in 2017

Alabama may have the top linebacker tandem in the SEC this upcoming season, with the athletic Shaun Dion Hamilton and Rashaan Evans roaming the field.

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Breaking down best SEC coaching jobs (3:31)
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6dEdward Aschoff

The SEC's best defensive line duos in 2017

LSU's Arden Key and Christian LaCouture promise to be tough to block this fall, and a few other SEC duos look to be almost as strong.

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Could Auburn disrupt Bama's dynasty? (1:25)
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7dEdward Aschoff

The SEC's best receiving duos and trios in 2017

Alabama has an All-American receiver who could be a first-round draft choice. The receiving corps of some other SEC teams have strength in numbers.

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Passionate fans go all out for Tide (1:16)
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11dEdward Aschoff and Sam Khan Jr.

SEC Ultimate Road Trip 2017: November

Our SEC reporters select the prime games involving the league's teams in each week during the month of November.

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12dEdward Aschoff and Sam Khan Jr.

SEC Ultimate Road Trip 2017: October

Our SEC reporters select the prime games involving the league's teams in each week during the month of October.

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13dSam Khan and Edward Aschoff

SEC Ultimate Road Trip 2017: September

Here's a look at the best games involving SEC teams in each week during the month of September.

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Tide eager to take back title (1:12)
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Kercheval: Tide will play two QBs successfully (1:21)
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18dCraig Haubert

Scout's Take: OLB Quay Walker to Alabama

Alabama secured its third commitment for the 2018 recruiting class in Quay Walker, the nation's fourth-ranked outside linebacker.

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Tide's Evans knew fall would go viral (1:04)
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Who is the future coach on each Top 25 team?

There are several reasons why Alex Scarborough believes the Crimson Tide QB is the current Alabama player most likely to don a headset when his playing days come to a close.

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14dMitch Sherman

Dynamic duos: Bama stands out at CB, RB

Even if you consider Minkah Fitzpatrick a safety, Alabama still probably has the country's best pair of cornerbacks. The Crimson Tide's top two running backs aren't too bad either.

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