Posted January 25, 2013 on
Wait a minute! Didn’t we just do this? Two weeks ago the Tennessee basketball team came into Tuscaloosa and Alabama played one of its best games to take a three-point victory. Now the Vols and Crimson Tide go at it again Saturday, only this time in Knoxville.
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The whispers and innuendo I’m hearing surrounding talented tailback Alvin Kamara would lead many to believe that he’s bound for the Crimson Tide. However, there is a smidgen of hope that Georgia can change his trajectory and that will likely begin and end with his upcoming official visit this weekend. Kamara himself has already stated that the visit will be “crucial” and...
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The University of Alabama baseball team took the field for its first practice of the 2013 season Friday afternoon, the first day allowed for official practice by NCAA rules. The Crimson Tide put together a full practice at Sewell-Thomas Stadium on Friday afternoon.
The Alabama women’s basketball team (12-7, 2-4 Southeastern Conference) returns to the court on Sunday when it hosts the Vanderbilt Commodores (13-6, 3-3 SEC) in the Crimson Tide’s annual Power of Pink game, sponsored by Tuscaloosa Toyota. The game will tip off at 1 p.m. CST in Foster Auditorium and will air live on the SEC Network.
Junior Shafontaye Myers recorded a career high of 23 points, 21 points coming from three-point range, to lead the Crimson Tide to a 61-51 victory over Auburn on Thursday night in Foster Auditorium. With the win, Alabama improves to 12-7 overall and 2-4 in Southeastern Conference action while the loss drops the Tigers to 13-7 on the season and 2-5 in league play.
MOBILE, Ala. - Robert Lester learned plenty from Nick Saban over his time at Alabama, and now even after, he's still realizing how much he was taught by the championship coach. At the Senior Bowl, Lester took some time to explain it to FOX Sports NEXT.