Rivals.com puts the finishing touches on its coverage of the 2007 football season with wrap-up remarks from staffers Chase Goodbread and Travis Reier. Check the Ultimate Ticket for the best and worst of the Tide's first season under Nick Saban.[details]
2006 (Junior): Alabama's second leading receiver, Brown recorded 44 catches for 590 yards and three touchdowns. He also had six carries for 45 yards on the season. He caught a pass in 10 of his 11 games. He moved into the top 10 all-time at Alabama in receptions and receiving yards. Started the first seven games before sitting out the Tennessee and Florida International games with a knee injury.
2005 (Sophomore): The Tide's second-leading receiver, Keith tallied 29 catches for 501 yards and three touchdowns. He started nine games but missed the Utah State game with an injury. His best game came against South Carolina when he caught three passes for 91 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He averaged 17.3 yards per catch.
2004 (Freshman): Keith played in 10 of the Tide's 12 games, earning starts against South Carolina and Ole Miss. He missed games against Western Carolina and Kentucky with injuries. His best game came in the season opener against Utah State when he had four catches for 91 yards and one touchdown. He had three receptions each against Ole Miss (35 yards), Mississippi State (51 yards) and Minnesota (56 yards). He also ran the ball twice, once against South Carolina (18 yards) and again against Tennessee (17 yards). He missed the Kentucky game after suffering a concussion against South Carolina.