Crimson Tide may refer to:
- Crimson tide, a type of algae also known as Karenia brevis, see red tide
- Alabama Crimson Tide, the sports teams of the University of Alabama
- Crimson Tide (film), a 1995 American thriller
- Crimson Tide, a cocktail that consists of vodka and pomegranate juice
- Crimson Tide, a 1995 book by Richard P. Henrick
- The Crimson Tide, a 1992 gamebook by Paul Mason in the Fighting Fantasy series
- Crimson tide, a euphemism for menstruation
Other articles related to "crimson tide":
... Two weeks later, the Crimson Tide won their first all-time home game in their home opener at Sokol Park against Delta State 4–3 ... After he led the Crimson Tide in their inaugural season and to their first SEC championship in their second season, on June 30, 1998, Haack resigned as head coach ... coach Patrick Murphy was promoted to the Crimson Tide's head coach position ...
... to Auburn, Willis was hired by Alabama's head coach Nick Saban to be the Crimson Tide's associate head coach and outside linebackers coach on January 21, 2009 ... During his one season with Alabama, the Crimson Tide defeated the Texas Longhorns in the 2010 BCS National Championship Game ...
... He wore number 29 for the Crimson Tide to honor his former high school teammate, Mario Reed, who suffered a severe spinal cord injury in a game ... of 1999, he played sparingly behind former Crimson Tide running back and current NFL star Shaun Alexander ... played a significant role in each of the Crimson Tide's games ...
... a college football game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Vanderbilt Commodores on October 2, 1948 ... The stadium also lives in Alabama Crimson Tide football folklore as the site of legendary head coach Bear Bryant first game in charge of the Crimson Tide ...
Famous quotes containing the words tide and/or crimson:
“Sweet Love of youth, forgive, if I forget thee,
While the worlds tide is bearing me along;
Sterner desires and darker hopes beset me,
Hopes which obscure, but cannot do thee wrong.”
—Emily Brontë (18181848)
“As the saffron tints and crimson flushes of morn herald the coming day, so the social and political advancement which woman has already gained bears the promise of the rising of the full-orbed sun of emancipation. The result will be not to make home less happy, but society more holy.”
—Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (18251911)