Jahleel Billingsley will reunite with Texas coach Steve Sarkisian, who was Alabama's offensive coordinator in 2020 when the tight end emerged as a playmaker.
Drew Sanders, who was ESPN's No. 36 overall player in the 2020 recruiting class but has played mostly special teams for Alabama, is transferring to Arkansas.
- Former Alabama TE Billingsley heading to Texas
- Ex-Alabama LB Sanders transferring to Arkansas
- Ex-Bama QB Barker arrested on assault charge
- CB Armour-Davis latest from Bama to enter draft
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Former Alabama quarterback Jay Barker was booked into a Nashville county jail early Saturday and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Alabama cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis, who tied for the team lead in interceptions this past season with three, announced Saturday that he plans to enter the 2022 NFL draft.
Paul looks back on the best callers from this week in addition to more this hour.
Sam Pittman joins the show to talk about Arkansas football, followed by Aaron Suttles from the Athletic
Harry Lyles Jr. from ESPN.com joins the show
Pat Forde from SI joins the show to talk about Alabama and Georgia
Alabama receivers Slade Bolden and John Metchie III will enter the NFL draft, while linebacker Henry To'oTo'o, defensive lineman DJ Dale, safeties DeMarcco Hellams and Jordan Battle and offensive guard Emil Ekiyor Jr. will return for their senior years.
Alabama and Georgia are set to lose several significant players after this season, but they have the Nos. 2 and 3-ranked recruiting classes as well.
Jackson State, USC and Miami are among the teams to land notable college football recruits before February's signing period.
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Author Peter Stoddard joins the show
Ken Smithmier of P3 Insights joins the show
Pete Thamel & Nikki Fargas join the show to talk about SEC Football and Women's Basketball respectively.
Stephen M. Smith from Touchdown Alabama Magazine joins the show to talk about the Tide.
Alabama will be without arguably its best lineman on each side of the ball next season as offensive tackle Evan Neal and defensive lineman Phidarian Mathis have declared for the NFL draft.
Some award-winner filmmakers aren't that much different from regular fans. When Barry Jenkins, the writer and director of "Moonlight" is watching games, and he's watching a lot, and needs an outlet, he's ready with his Twitter fingers.
There will be some familiar faces in new places -- and new names as well -- who will make an immediate impact in the 2022 college football season.
Patric Young from the SEC Network joins the show to talk SEC hoops.
Former Georgia football head coach Jim Donnan joins the show to talk about the Dawgs' championship game victory
Kirk Herbstreit joins the show to talk about the national championship from earlier in the week.
Bruce Feldman from the Athletic joins Paul to talk about the transfer portal.
Shaun O'Hara joins the guys to talk about the Giants firing Joe Judge. Paul Finebaum joins to talk about Georgia's national title win on Monday. Anthony Munoz joins to talk about if he was wrong about the Bengals drafting Ja'Marr Chase and what he expects from Cincy on Wild Card Weekend. Plus, the guys talk about why Bill Belichick's coaching tree isn't very good.
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