Nick Saban agreed to a “long-term agreement” to remain at The University of Alabama as head football coach, the school said tonight in a Twitter post.
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley was moments from going on television to warn residents about tornadoes ravaging the state when he picked up the phone in his Montgomery office.
The University of Alabama reported 27 secondary rules violations in its athletic department over the last year, more than half tied to improper phone calls or text messages to recruits.
Gustavo Soler knew he was in trouble. It was 2001, and Soler was union president at a coal mine in Colombia owned by Drummond Co., which is controlled by the wealthiest family in Alabama.
John K. McKinley, the chief executive officer who tried to resuscitate Texaco Inc. before a jury asked it to pay a then-record $10.53 billion in damages as part of a lawsuit that led to the biggest U.S. bankruptcy, has died. He was 94.