Alabama Water Watch (AWW) educates citizens about water issues in Alabama and the world. It promotes citizen volunteer water monitoring and personal involvement in watershed stewardship through environmental education, protection and restoration, and advocacy. AWW has two components, the Program and the Association.
The non-profit Alabama Water Watch Association is an affiliation of monitoring groups and citizens that works closely with the program to improve both water quality and policy. AWW is one of a group of programs and projects that promote Community-Based Watershed Stewardship at the watershed, river basin and international scale.
Those perceptions follow him at Alabama, but they're not accurate in general and they really don't apply to this year's team. For all the aggression of Saban's past defenses, his real gift is for teaching and disguising zone coverage. His last two Bama teams thrived on stuffing the run, creating unfavorable passing situations and then confusing the hell out of a quarterback. Showing overload blitzes, then bailing out or coming from an unexpected angle and watching as the opposing passer throws a hurried pass into a gang of defenders with their eyes on the football.
With an open race for the governor's mansion and two seats Democrats picked up in 2008, Alabama is home this year to some of the most competitive and fascinating races in the country. Some of the intrigue will surface June 1 in primaries that will define the November races. So, here are four things to watch in Alabama on Tuesday: