Alabama Crimson Tide Football Trivia

Can you answer these questions about the football program of the University of Alabama?
Quiz by FootballPunk
Last updated: January 10, 2022
You have not attempted this quiz yet.
First submittedJanuary 11, 2021
Times taken488
Average score88.2%
Report this quizReport
Enter answer here
 / 17 guessed
The quiz is paused. You have remaining.
You scored / = %
This beats or equals % of test takers also scored 100%
The average score is
Your high score is
Your fastest time is
Keep scrolling down for answers and more stats ...
Who is the current head coach of Alabama?
Nick Saban
What conference does Alabama play in?
Southeastern Conference
Name the Heisman winner
2021 QB
Bryce Young
2020 WR
DeVonta Smith
2015 RB
Derrick Henry
2009 RB
Mark Ingram
What is the two word rallying cry for the team?
Roll Tide
Who are Alabama's biggest in-state rivals?
What is the name for the annual matchup between these two teams?
Iron Bowl
Who coached Alabama to six national championships in the 1960s and 1970s?
Paul "Bear" Bryant
What type of animal is "Big Al", the team mascot?
Who has the most passing TDs in team history?
Tua Tagovailoa
What is the name of the team marching band?
Million Dollar Band
What school does Alabama play against on the "Third Saturday in October"?
What city is home to the University of Alabama?
Former Alabama quarterbacks won the first three Super Bowls.
Who were they?
Bart Starr
Joe Namath
Level 73
Jan 12, 2021
Is it still true that none of the athletes who competed yesterday are allowed to make any money?

Is it still true that they're given bogus degrees to study?

Is it still true that their coaches and the NCAA bosses earn $millions off their backs?

Is it still true that 98% of them won't go on to be professional football players?

Is it still true that college sports in the USA is exploitation akin to slavery?

Or has it all changed in the last year or so?

Level ∞
Jan 12, 2021
Yes, yes, yes, not these teams, not even close they live like sultans, and finally no.
Level 73
Jan 12, 2021

Gladiator slaves lived like sultans too.

(Well, 2% of them did.)

Level 63
Jan 12, 2021
Anyone on the team can opt out, transfer, etc. They are not forced to play. You should probably stop referring to collegiate athletes as slaves.
Level 73
Jan 12, 2021
If the system didn't already exist and wasn't already accepted as normal, it would be impossible to create it because of how horrifically it exploits the people who do the physical work.

Sound familiar?

I don't see it lasting much longer, and sincerely hope it doesn't.

Why on earth not have professional football youth academies? Young soccer players who get injured before reaching the A team at least leave having earned a decent wage before their dream was destroyed; these guys are out on the sidewalk with less than nothing if that happens - no degree, no work experience, no money for medical bills.

(how's my American?)

Level 87
Jan 14, 2021
- Yes, but they will probably be allowed to make money in 2021-22.

- It varies: many get no degree, some receive dubious degrees and some have legit degrees

- Absolutely, coaches and the NCAA make many millions.

- Overall, few turn pro. Of the Alabama-OSU players who actually played (as opposed to just on the roster) a much larger percent will be pro at least briefly (although it may still be less than half.)

- Exploitative? Yes. Slavery? No, that's a bit too hyperbolic.

- It is changing slowly with collective action by players (e.g., Missouri), changing rules on transfer and eligibility, and, likely, the right to name/image/likeness licensing in 2021-22.