Posted April 13, 2013 on
OXFORD, Miss. – Mississippi pitchers Bobby Wahl and Aaron Greenwood combined on a two-hit shutout to lead the No. 18 Rebels to a 6-0 Southeastern Conference win over the No. 22 Alabama Crimson Tide on Friday night from Swayze Field. With the loss, Alabama falls 22-14 overall and 8-5 in SEC play. The Rebels improve to 24-10.
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Nick Saban will be be a guest lecturer for a class called “Tuscaloosa: Writing Like a Champion” this fall. According to the course description, the Alabama Crimson Tide head football coach will join Brian Oliu and the focus of the course will be applying Saban’s “The Process” to creative work regarding the winning ethos in Tuscaloosa. Also, this is definitely a hoax by...
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Alabama Coach Nick Saban said there were some good things in the Crimson Tide’s second scrimmage of the spring. “Probably mostly offensively,” he said. “I thought we did a really good job offensively.”