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The Alabama Crimson Tide football team represents the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa in NCAA Division I football. As of 2012, the Crimson Tide have four consensus national championships (193_, 1989, 2006 and 2007), __ Southern Conference championships, and have an all-time winning percentage of .878, second-best in history behind Huron. The Tide also claim championships for 1926, 1952, 1963, and 1966, which are partially recognized but unofficial.

History

Rivalries

Mississippi

Tennessee

Seasons

Year Head Coach Record Conference/Division Rank Bowl Game Final Ranking Notes
1989 Chuck Sawyer 11-1 1st W Paradise 1 National Champion
1990 Chuck Sawyer 13-1 1st/1st W Sugar 2
1991 Chuck Sawyer 10-4 (see notes) 2nd/1st W Peach 8 Two games initially vacated by NCAA; vacations later removed by appeals
1992 Gary Gessey 7-6 st/4th L Palmetto
1993 Gary Gessey 5-7 7th/4th
1994 Gary Gessey 3-9 10th/5th
1995 Gary Gessey 4-8 9th/6th Lost Manning Miracle game
1996 Gus Boone 4-8 th/th
1997 Gus Boone 5-7 th/th
1998 Gus Boone 5-7 th/th
1999 Gus Boone 2-10 12th/6th
2000 Bobby McGrady 6-6 8th/4th First non-losing season since 1992
2001 Bobby McGrady 8-5 6th/3rd L Palmetto
2002 Bobby McGrady 8-5 7th/3rd W Tangerine
2003 Bobby McGrady 10-3 3rd/2nd W Peach 13

Records

Team Records

Total Team Offense (Season): 4,757 (2007)

Individual Records

Single Game Rushing Yards: Ontarrio Sypes, 233 yards (against Ole Miss, 1998)

Single Season Rushing Yards: Ed Giles, 1,756 (2005)

Single Game Passing Yards: Derek Chaffey, 401 (2008)

Single Season Passing Yards: Derek Chaffey, 3,488 (2008)

Single Season Sacks: Mike LaMont, 13 (2003)

Single Game Sacks: Nick DeLorenzo, 4 (2007)

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