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University of

alabama

2013-2014
Jessica Seyller
FALL 2012

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Roll Tide Stadium guide bryant-denny stadium emergency action plan media guide homecoming events conference rules 2013 season 2013 season contracts 2014 season 2014 season contracts TRAVEL ROSTER Hotel,meals,and travel MILEAGE 2013 Finances 2013 financial sheets 2014 finances 2014 financial sheets

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Roll Tide
LOCATION:
Tuscaloosa, Alabama

ATHLETIC CONFERENCE::
Southeastern Conference NCAA Division I Crimson and White

POPULATION:
91,605 (as of July 2011)

COLORS:

MASCOT:
Big Al, started in 1930 at a game against Ole Miss when a fan yelled,

"Hold your horses, the elephants are coming!"

FOUNDED: In 1831 as Alabama's


first public college

TYPE OF INSTITUTION
Flagship, public-coed university

ENROLLMENT
31,747 students 26,234 undergraduates
(as of 2011)

ACADEMICS:

Offer bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees in more than 200 fields of study in 13 schools and colleges. Dr. Guy Bailey

PRESIDENT:

STadium guide
BRYANT-DENNY STADIUM
OPENED: 1929: CAPACITY: SURFACE: GRASS

Bryant-Denny Stadium is becoming one of the most prominent college football venues in the nation. Located on the southwestern edge of the University of Alabama campus, this historic stadium ranks among the nations top 5 on-campus football stadiums.

When built in 1929 the stadium was simply known as Denny Stadium, named after the 15th president of the University. In 1975, the Alabama state legislature renamed the stadium Bryant-Denny Stadium in honor of Coach Paul William Bear Bryant who led the Crimson Tide to six national titles.

BRYANT-DENNY STADIUM

emergency action plan


Introduction
Emergency situations may arise at anytime during athletic events. Expedient action must be taken in order to provide the best possible care to the athletes of emergency and/or life threatening conditions. The development and implementation of an emergency plan will help ensure that the best care will be provided. Athletic organizations have a duty to develop an emergency plan that may be implemented immediately when necessary and to provide appropriate standards of health care to all sports participants. As athletic injuries may occur at any time and during any activity, the sports medicine team must be prepared. This preparation involves the formulation of an emergency plan, proper coverage of events, maintenance of appropriate emergency equipment and supplies, utilization of appropriate emergency medical personnel, and continuing education in the area of emergency medicine. Hopefully, through careful pre-participation physical screenings, adequate medical coverage, safe practice and training techniques and other safety avenues, some potential emergencies may be averted. However, accidents and injuries are inherent with sports participation, and proper preparation on the part of the sports medicine team will enable each emergency situation to be managed properly.

Components of the Emergency Plan


Emergency Plan Personnel With athletic association practice and competition, the first responder to an emergency situation is typically a member of the sports medicine staff, most commonly a certified athletic trainer. A team physician may not always be present at every organized practice or competition. The type and degree of sports medicine coverage for an athletic event may vary widely, based on such factors as the sport or activity, the setting, and the type of training or competition. The first responder in some instances may be a coach or other institutional personnel. Certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), first aid, prevention of disease transmission, and emergency plan review is required for all athletics personnel associated with practices, competitions, skills instruction, and strength and conditioning. The development of an emergency plan cannot be complete without the formation of an emergency team. The emergency team may consist of a number of healthcare providers including physicians; emergency medical technicians; certified athletic trainers; student athletic trainers; coaches; managers; and possibly, bystanders. Roles of these individuals within the emergency team may vary depending on various factors such as the number of members of the team, the athletic venue itself, or other extenuating circumstances. There are four basic roles within the emergency team. The first and most important role is immediate care of the athlete. The most qualified individual on the scene should provide acute care in an emergency situation. Individuals with lower credentials should yield to those with more appropriate training. The second role, equipment retrieval, may be done by anyone on the emergency team who is familiar with the types and location of the specific equipment needed. Student athletic trainers, managers, and coaches are good choices for this role. The third role, EMS activation, may be necessary in situations where emergency transportation is not already present at the sporting event. This should be done as soon as the situation is deemed an emergency or a life-threatening situation. Time is the most critical factor under emergency conditions. Activating the EMS system may be done by anyone on the team. However, the person chosen for this duty should be someone who is calm under pressure and who communicates well over the telephone. This person should also be familiar with the location and address of the sporting event. After EMS has been activated, the fourth role in the emergency team should be an individual who is responsible for meeting emergency medical personnel as they arrive at the site of the contest. Depending on the ease of access, this person should have keys to any locked gates or doors that may slow the arrival of medical personnel. A student athletic trainer, manager, or coach may be appropriate for this role.

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Roles within the Emergency Team 1. Immediate care of the athlete 2. Emergency equipment retrieval 3. Activation of the Emergency Medical System 4. Direction of EMS to scene Activating the EMS System Making the Call: 9-1-1 (if available) telephone numbers for local police, fire department, and ambulance service Providing Information: name, address, telephone number of the caller number of athletes condition of athlete(s) first aid treatment initiated by first responder specific directions as needed to locate the emergency scene other information as requested by dispatcher

When forming the emergency team, it is important to adapt the team to each situation or sport. It may be advantageous to have more than one individual assigned to each role. This allows the emergency team to function although certain members may not always be present. Emergency Communication Communication is the key to quick delivery of emergency care in athletic trauma situations. Athletic trainers and emergency medical personnel must work together to provide the best possible care to injured athletes. Communication prior to the event is a good way to establish boundaries and to build rapport between both groups of professionals. If emergency medical transportation is not available on site during a particular sporting event then direct communication with the emergency medical system at the time of injury or illness is necessary. Access to a working telephone or other telecommunications device, whether fixed or mobile, should be assured. The communications system should be checked prior to each practice or competition to ensure proper working order. A back-up communications plan should be in effect should there be failure of the primary communication system. The most common method of communication is a public telephone. However, a cellular telephone is preferred if available. At any athletic venue, whether home or away, it is important to know the location of a workable telephone. Pre-arranged access to the telephone should be established if it is not easily accessible. Emergency Equipment All necessary emergency equipment should be at the site and quickly accessible. Personnel should be familiar with the function and operation of each type of emergency equipment. Equipment should be in good operating condition, and personnel must be trained in advance to use it properly. Emergency equipment should be checked on a regular basis and its use rehearsed by emergency personnel. The emergency equipment available should be appropriate for the level of training of the emergency medical providers. It is important to know the proper way to care for and store equipment as well. Equipment should be stored in a clean and environmentally controlled area. It should be readily available when emergency situations arise.

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EMERGENCY PERSONNEL 1. Two certified athletic trainers on site for all games. 2. Team physician on site for games and on-call for practices. 3. Additional sports medicine staff accessible from the Alabama Athletic Training Facilities. 4. Other personnel may also include student athletic trainers, coaches, managers, emergency medical technicians, and possibly, bystanders. EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION 1. A fixed telephone line is located in the Coliseum Training Room. 2. Cellular phones will also be used by emergency personnel. EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT Supplies on the field: 1. First-aid kit and supplies. 2. Additional emergency equipment (including splint bag, crutches, and spine board) maintained on the sideline. ROLE OF FIRST RESPONDERS 1. Immediate care for the injured or ill student athlete. 2. Emergency equipment retrieval. 3. Activate emergency medical system (EMS); Call 9-1-1 A. Provide name, address, phone number. B. Number of individuals injured. C. Condition of the injured. D. Care being given to the injured. E. Specific directions. F. Other information as requested.

4. Direct EMS to the scene. A. Open appropriate gates. B. Designate individual to meet EMS and direct them to the scene. C. Scene control: limit scene to first-aid providers and move bystanders away from area.

media guide
the Coaches

NICK SABAN Head Coach

Burton Burns Running Backs

mike groh Receivers

doug nussmeier Offensive Coordinator

Jeff Stoutland Offensive Line

Jeremy Pruitt Secondary

Kirby smart Defensive Coordinator

Chris Rumph Defensive Line

Bobby Williams Special Teams

Lance Thompson Linebackers

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t u o nick saban b A

Nicholas Lou "Nick" Saban, born October 31, 1951, is the current head coach of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide football team. Saban had previously served as head coach of the National Football League's Miami Dolphins and three other NCAA universities: LSU, Michigan State and Toledo. His eight-year contract for a total of $32 million made him one of the highest paid football coaches, professional or college, in the United States at the time. He appeared on the September 1, 2008 cover of Forbes magazine as "The Most Powerful Coach in Sports".

Head Coach

Position

experience

Sixth Year

Kent State, 1973

Alma mater

media guide (Continued)

The University of Alabama's TIDE PRIDE donor program continues to be a vital link in the success of the Crimson Tide. The TIDE PRIDE football ticket priority program was kicked off in September of 1987 for the 1988 football season. It was an immediate success, raising approximately $6 million per year in 1988-89, $7 million in 1990-92, $8 million in 1993-97; $10 million in 1998-2000, $14 million in 2001-05 and $20 million in 2006. With the South End Zone expansion in 2010, TIDE PRIDE now raises approximately $25 million each year. The 2012 year will mark the 25th year for the TIDE PRIDE program. Our participants' love is shown through their continued support to the University and this enables us to provide quality athletic programs each year.

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gameday traditions
Pregame
Before home games, there are a series of sights and sounds banging around Bryant-Denny Stadium that get the fans jacked up. One notable broadcast comes from Alabama's mascot, a giant red elephant called "Big Al." When the Crimson Tide football team runs out on the field, that elephant lets out a blood-curdling roar and the fans go wild. Another meaningful pregame tradition is the recording of coach Bear Bryant's gravelly voice being broadcast throughout the stadium, greeting fans before the home games. Of course, the sounds of 50,000 or more fans yelling "ROLL TIDE" at kickoff is classic.
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The Crimson Tide/ Roll Tide

The term Crimson Tide was coined by Hugh Roberts, past sports editor for the Birmingham Age-Herald. He used the nickname to describe the 1907 Auburn-Alabama game played in Birmingham. The game, played in a sea of crimson mud, was the last game played between the two rivals until 1948 when the series resumed. The term coined because the red mud stained the Alabama white jerseys crimson. Alabama held Auburn, the favorite to win, to a 6-6 tie, gaining the name the Crimson Tide. Roll Tide was said to illustrate the Alabama varsity running on the field. It was said the team looked like the tide was rolling in thus gaining the chant Roll Tide.

media guide (Continued)

gameday traditions
Walk of Champions
The Walk of Champions takes place two hours before every home football game day. The Alabama football team arrives at the front of the stadium and fans from all over line up to cheer and wish the Crimson Tide good luck as they walk to the stadium.

The Million Dollar Band

The University of Alabama's marching bandthe Million Dollar Bandis highly regarded. They've been an important part of the Crimson Tide's game-day traditions for nearly 100 years. With 400 members strong, the band sounds like a million dollars. If you get to Bryant-Denny Stadium at the right time, you may be lucky enough to hear the band warm up to "Sweet Home Alabama." And when the Tide scores and the Million Dollar Band launches into the Alabama fight song, "Yea Alabama," you can't help but swell up with team pride.

Fight Song

Yea Alabama! is Alabamas fight song played by The Million Dollar Band after every touchdown made at football games and at other sporting events. Memorize the words to The University of Alabama Fight Song. You will be singing it multiple times at every football game:
Yea, Alabama! Drown 'em Tide! Every 'Bama man's behind you; Hit your stride! Go teach the Bulldogs to behave, Send the Yellow Jackets to a watery grave! And if a man starts to weaken, That's a shame! For 'Bama's pluck and grit Have writ her name in crimson flame! Fight on, fight on, fight on, men! Remember the Rose Bowl we'll win then! Go, roll to victory, Hit your stride, You're Dixie's football pride, Crimson Tide!

HOMECOMING EVENTS
2013 October 26: MARSHALL 2014 October 23: EAST CAROLINA
Homecoming will kick off with the annual "Roll Tide Run," followed by the Crimson Kickoff benefiting the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. With competitions such as dodge ball, basketball, and dance, the student body has a chance to unify as we celebrate our great university. A local step show, can formation competition benefiting Beat Auburn, Beat Hunger; a lawn decoration competition, and more are also among the weeks exciting events. The annual pep rally will take place on the steps of Gorgas Library, where the Homecoming Queen will be crowned with a bon fire to follow. Game day will kick off with a parade featuring Crimson Tide teams, Big AL, the Homecoming Court, and many local bands led by the University's own Million Dollar Band.

Conference rules

2013 season schedule


September 2 Oklahoma September 21 clemson September 28 navy October 5 Kansas State October 10 Florida State October 19 Georgia tech October 26 marshall November 1 Tennessee November 9 lsu November 15 Mizzou November 23 Kentucky November 28 Florida
home

2014 season schedule


September 1 colorado September 13 kansas September 18 Florida state September 27 navy October 4 Kansas State October 18 georgia tech October 23 East Carolina OCTober 31 Tennessee November 8 lsu November 14 Mizzou November 22 Kentucky November 27 Florida
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travel roster
COACHES:
Nick Saban Burton Burns Mike Groh Doug Nussmeier Jeff Stoutland
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Jeremy Pruitt Kirby Smart Chris Rumph Bobby Williams Lance Thompson

PLAYERS:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. DeAndrew White Vinnie Sunseri T.J. Yeldon Chris Black Jeremy Shelley Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix Blake Sims Ryan Anderson Kenny Bell Cyrus Jones Jeoffrey Pagan Amari Cooper John Fulton AJ McCarron Alec Morris Tana Patrick Phillip Ely Deion Belue Ty Reed Edward Aldag Eddie Williams Bradley Sylve Caleb Castille Kenyan Drake 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. Parker Philpot Levi Cook Reggie Ragland Nick Williams Jonathan Atchison Dustin Ellison Jarrick Williams Brent Calloway Bryson Moultry Ranzell Watkins Hunter Bush Christion Jones Taylor Morton Jabriel Washington Nathan McAlister Geno Smith Dillon Lee Landon Collins Nick Perry Dee Milliner Cody Mandell Denzel Devall Jerrod Bierbower Kelly Johnson 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. C.J. Mosley Trey Roberts Trey DePriest Marcus Polk Ben Howell Tyler Owens Nico Johnson Tyler Hayes Robert Lester Spencer Duncan Kurt Freitag Adrian Hubbard Eddie Lacy Cade Foster LaMichael Fanning Jalston Fowler Michael Nysewander Wilson Whorton Xzavier Dickson Corey McCarron Rowdy Harrell Ed Stinson

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Broadcasters:
Tom Roberts Chris Stewart
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Matt Hoggle Keith Dobbins

Athletic trainer:

Jim Carabin

hotel,meals,and travel
Traveling Party : 10 coaches
70 players 4 Broadcast Announcers 1 Athletic Trainer
HOTEL
2 people per room at $100 per night $4250 per away game
(85/2)*100

MEALS
$40/person $3400 per away game
40*85

TRAVEL
AIR $400 ticket per person $34,000 for away games more than 500 miles (one way). BUS 48 people per bus, 2 buses needed for 85 people. .47 per mile for away games less than 500 miles (one way).
.47(one-way miles)*2 = Roundtrip Cost *2 = Total Bus Expense 400*85

mileage
TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA
TO
university mizzou florida Tennessee lsu kentucky Georgia tech Kansas State florida state kansas clemson location Columbia, missouri gainesville, florida Knoxville, tennessee baton rouge, louisiana lexington, kentucky atlanta, georgia manhattan, kansas tallahassee, florida lawrence, kansas clemson, south carolina distance 598 468 314 348 459 202 800 345 710 326

mileage one way

2013 finances
Oklahoma clemson navy Kansas State Florida State Georgia tech marshall Tennessee lsu Mizzou Kentucky Florida $2,340,383 $1,246,968 $3,238,889 $817,850 $3,277,136 $219,670 $3,367,948 $4,663,889 $1,207,943 $996,263 $3,217,136 $4,663,889

TOTAL 2013 REVENUE

$29,257,964

2014 finances
colorado kansas Florida state navy Kansas State BAYLOR (Cancelled Game) georgia tech East Carolina Tennessee lsu Mizzou Kentucky Florida $3,463,889 $372,938 $673,146 $3,238,889 $2,849,571 -$50,000 $3,745,512 $3,745,512 $126,760 $3,627,136 $3,382,136 $554,047 $441,470

TOTAL 2014 REVENUE

$26,171,006