30.08.2012 [Bleacher Report] - The Crimson Tide secondary was particularly hit hard, with the departures of cornerbacks Dre Kirkpatrick and DeQuan Menzie as well as safety MarkBarron. I hate the cliche that Alabama "doesn't rebuild, it reloads," but it's true. Senior safety Robert
(born October 27, 1989) is an American football safety for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the University of Alabama, was twice recognized as an All-American, and was a member of two BCS National Championship teams. He was drafted by the Buccaneers in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft with the 7th overall pick.
A Video Compilation of News Clippings From The High School Career of MarkBarron. The Crimson Tide are excited about this highly rated athlete who possesses the athleticism to... - 02.08.2008, NCAAFootballbyFanDome
14.09.2012 [Montgomery Advertiser] - With starter MarkBarron gone to the NFL and the remaining safeties battling it out for his spot, Perry found that everything was coming just a little bit easier than it had before. “Everything started clicking into place,” he said. “I started to
08.09.2012 [Tampabay.com] - But when MarkBarron arrived on campus in the fall of 2008, the Crimson Tide was coming off two seasons in which it went a combined 13-13. Two national championships later, the Bucs' first-round pick has fond reflections. "At Alabama," Barron said, "my
08.09.2012 [Gadsden Times] - This after replacing safety MarkBarron and cornerbacks Dre Kirkpatrick and De'quan Menzie from last year's national championship team. Third-year starting safety Robert Lester has emerged as the leader of Alabama's secondary while veteran cornerback
01.09.2012 [the Inkwell] - Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back MarkBarron (4) is ecstatic afterwinning the BCS National Championship football game as the Alabama Crimson Tide beat the LSU Tigers 21-0 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, La., Jan. 9. There has
23.08.2012 [al.com] - (The Birmingham News/Mark Almond). TUSCALOOSA, Alabama – A galaxy goes. A constellation comes. The universe remains the same. Brilliant stars have left Alabama, many to the NFL. No Trent Richardson? No MarkBarron? No Dont'a Hightower?
12.09.2012 [BamaHammer] - Just two years later, Alabama rode turnovers to a national championship. MarkBarron had a key interception in the third quarter that paved the way for an Alabama field goal on the way to a comeback win that kept the Tide in the national championship
10.09.2012 [Pro Football Weekly] - Rookie FS MarkBarron looked like a young Ronnie Lott leveling the game's strongest pound-for-pound receiver, Steve Smith, on the sideline with a hammering blow. More impressive, after being utilized most extensively in the box at Alabama as a senior