Posted April 06, 2012 on
Taylor Dugas set a new Alabama career record for triples, while Kenny Roberts hit his first career grand slam to power the Alabama baseball team to a 10-6 victory over in-state rival, No. 23 Auburn. With the win the Crimson Tide improves to 11-19 and 2-8 in the Southeastern Conference, notching its second consecutive win, while Auburn falls to 17-12 and 6-4 in the SEC.

Report: Saban getting calls from NFL

Alabama's mantra: Don't 'settle' for 10 wins again

Alabama's expectations have gotten so routinely lofty that ''Remember 2010'' has become something of a rallying cry this spring. Ten wins, three losses? How depressing for a program that seems to be entering every season lately with national championship expectations - not just aspirations - among players, coaches and fans. Slack off, and the Crimson Tide might...

Alabama gives Mitchell release from scholarship

Alabama forward Tony Mitchell has left the team after ending the season on suspension. Crimson Tide coach Anthony Grant says Friday that Mitchell and guard Charles Hankerson Jr. requested and received releases from their scholarships. Mitchell missed Alabama's final 11 games, including the NCAA tournament, after being suspended indefinitely for conduct detrimental to the team...

AJ McCarron’s Chest Tattoo Just Keeps Getting Better

In the most important breaking news of the day, Joe Schad brings us this gem… You’ll remember the Alabama’s fine chest piece from last summer, of course.  It seems all this on-field success has gone to his head…or chest as it were.  Make fun if you must, but it’s really a credit to the recruiting efforts of Saban and his staff to find a quarterback who in fact gumps...

Tide Scrimmage Shows Improvement

Alabama’s second scrimmage of the spring started slow, but got better as it went along, which is more the way a Crimson Tide team is expected to perform that was the case in the first scrimmage. Less than a week after going to Bryant-Denny Stadium for scrimmage number one, the Crimson Tide was back at it Friday.

Alabama Basketball: Mitchell, Hankerson Jr. won’t return to team

Per the University of Alabama’s media relations, Alabama Basketball players Tony Mitchell and Charles Hankerson Jr. will not return to the team in 2012. According to head coach Anthony Grant, both players asked to be released, and both requests were granted by the University. The fact that Tony Mitchell will not return next season comes as no real surprise after he was suspended...

Alabama releases Mitchell, Hankerson

Alabama forward Tony Mitchell has left the team after ending his junior season on suspension, finishing a Crimson Tide career marked by crowd-pleasing dunks and sometimes inconsistent play. Tide coach Anthony Grant said Friday that Mitchell and reserve guard Charles Hankerson Jr. requested and received releases from their scholarships. ''We're appreciative of the contributions...

Dugas Ninth-Inning Homer Beats Auburn

It has taken Alabama star center fielder Taylor Dugas two games to hit for the cycle against Auburn. The Tigers probably wish he had gotten all his hits in one game since his late inning hits have helped the Crimson Tide take the first two games of the intrastate rivalry series.

Basketball Losing Mitchell, Hankerson

To the surprise of almost no one, Tony Mitchell will not return to the Alabama basketball team after his troubled junior season. Just as big a surprise, neither will upcoming junior Charles Hankerson, who had been considered one of the most improved players for the Crimson Tide last year.
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