|1906 Alabama Crimson White football|
|Conference||Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association|
|1906 record||5–1 (3–1 SIAA)|
|Head coach||J. W. H. Pollard (1st year)|
|Home stadium||The Quad
|1906 SIAA football standings|
The 1906 Alabama Crimson White football team[A 1] (variously "Alabama", "UA" or "Bama") represented the University of Alabama in the 1906 college football season. It was Alabama's 14th overall and 11th season as a member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA). The team was led by head coach J. W. H. Pollard, in his first year, and played their home games at both the University of Alabama Quad in Tuscaloosa and the Birmingham Fairgrounds in Birmingham, Alabama. They finished the season with a record of five wins and one loss (5–1 overall, 3–1 in the SIAA).
Of note during the season was Alabama's 78–0 loss to Vanderbilt that still stands as the record for most points allowed by Alabama in a game and most lopsided Alabama loss. In the game, the Commodores led 57–0 at the half, and Alabama attempted to cancel this game after seven of their regular players were sidelined by injury but Vanderbilt refused.
Against Auburn, Pollard unveiled a "military shift" never before seen in the south. Star running back Auxford Burks scored all of the game's points in a 10–0 victory. Auburn contended Alabama player T. S. Sims was an illegal player.
For the 1906 season, point values were different from those used in contemporary games. In 1906 a touchdown was worth five points, a field goal was worth four points and an conversion (PAT) was worth one point.
|October 6||Maryville*||The Quad • Tuscaloosa, AL||W 6–0|
|October 13||Howard*||The Quad • Tuscaloosa, AL||W 14–0|
|October 20||at Vanderbilt||Dudley Field • Nashville, TN||L 0–78|
|November 3||at Mississippi A&M||Hardy Field • Starkville, MS (Rivalry)||W 16–4|
|November 17||Auburn||Birmingham Fairgrounds • Birmingham, AL (Iron Bowl)||W 10–0|
|November 29||Tennessee||Birmingham Fairgrounds • Birmingham, AL (Third Saturday in October)||W 51–0|