Posted May 11, 2013 on
Despite recording more hits than the opposition, Alabama fell into an early hole and could not recover as the Crimson Tide fell to the Missouri Tigers, 7-3, Saturday at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. With the loss, Alabama drops to 30-22 overall and 12-13 in the SEC. Missouri’s win improves their record to 16-29 overall and 8-18 in conference action.
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Alabama’s bullpen faltered on Friday, but had enough cusion to survive. The bullpen collapsed on Saturday and Missouri took victory. It looked like more of the same Sunday, but the Crimson Tide offense came alive in the ninth inning.
Texas Tech women's basketball coach Kristy Curry is headed to Alabama.
Curry guided the Lady Raiders to a 21-11 mark this past season which ended in a first-round loss to South Florida in the NCAA tournament. She was 130-98 in her seven years at Texas Tech.
''I am honored and thrilled to be the next women's basketball coach at the University of Alabama,''...
The Alabama lineup put up two runs in the first inning and exploded for seven in the seventh and the Crimson Tide held on defeat the Missouri Tigers, 9-7, Friday night at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. With the win, Alabama improves to 30-21 overall and gets back to .500 in the SEC with a 12-12 mark. Missouri’s loss drops them to 15-30 overall and 7-19 in conference action.
Nick Saban has been giving lots of good quote lately. Yesterday it was about Bob Stoops and the (lack of) time Saban had for his comments on the SEC, and today it’s about the potential future of college football. Saban’s idea? Fewer teams, more competition. In speaking to AL.com, Saban had the following to say about scheduling: “I’m for five conferences – everybody playing...
First Florida Coach Muschamp took exception to Stoop’s recent comments about recent SEC dominance and how “SEC’s Myth Trumps Its Reality”, now it is Alabama Coach Nick Saban.
On Thursday, Coach Saban was informed of Coach Stoops recent comments regarding the SEC and Nick responded with “I’ve got more important things to do than sit around and read what Bob Stoops has...