The name of the state of Alabama is Alabama. The capitol of this state is Montgomery and this state is located in the southeastern part of the U.S.
The Iron Bowl is the common name for the college football game between the University of Alabama Crimson Tide and the Auburn University Tigers.The series is considered one of the best and most hard-fought rivalries in all of sports. As the rivalry was mainly played in Birmingham Alabama for many years, the name of the Iron Bowl comes from Birmingham's historic role in the steel industry.[Alabama leads the series with an overall record of 40-34-1.
The nickname of the state of Alabama is The Yellowhammer State. This is not the official name of the state because the state has chosen to not have one.
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It is derived from the Alabama Indians of the area that became Alabama.
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It is the state of Alabama.
The state of Alabama is named after the river that flows through the state. The river got its name from the Native American tribe that lived there, the Albaamaha.
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It comes from the Alabama Indians that once resides in present day Alabama.
Alabama Crimson Tide
The state flower is a Camellia
There is no state Montgomery, but a city in Alabama by that name.
Alabama university won the 2010 rose bowl against Texas university
Alabama means "tribal town" in the Creek Indian language.
The current governor of Alabama is Kay Ivey.
It is believed but not proven that the origin of the word alabama, now the state of Alabama, came from a Native American term for "all tribes".
The first Super Bowl had not yet been played in the 1940s. Super Bowl I was not played until January 15, 1967.