Posted August 10, 2013 on
Amsterdam – Five players scored in double figures to lead the Alabama men’s basketball team to an 85-68 victory on Saturday night against the Meppel Red Giants. It was the first of five games the Crimson Tide will play on its European Tour.
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Former Jets and Chiefs coach Herm Edwards was in Tuscaloosa in order to give the 2013-14 edition of the Alabama Crimson Tide a motivational speech.
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The Alabama Crimson Tide appear to be the number one pick heading in to the 2013 college football season, which by the way is just under three weeks away. Already placed on top of the USA Today Coaches Poll, the Tide should be honored with the top billing from the Associated Press when the AP Top 25 is released and most...
Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron left Saturday's scrimmage after his foot was stepped on, according to the Tuscaloosa News.
However, the injury is considered minor. Coach Nick Saban told the newspaper that McCarron should be ready to return to practice Monday.
Before leaving, McCarron was 13 of 21 passing for 267 yards. He threw three touchdowns and an interception.
Emma Talley gave the Southeastern Conference something else to shout about.
The rising Alabama sophomore won the U.S. Women's Amateur on Sunday, beat Yueer Cindy Feng 2 and 1 at the Country Club of Charleston.
"Thanks everybody. You were all awesome and `Roll Tide,'" she told the crowd after closing out Feng on the next-to-last hole in the 36-hole final.
It seems as if Barrett Jones is eligible for an award, he is going to get it. Even after he has been gone from the Crimson Tide football team, Jones has gathered in yet another honor. He was named the 2013 Capital One Division I Academic All-America of the Year on Thursday as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Send to KindleAnthony Grant was dealt a major blow to next year’s SEC/NCAA hopes when Trevor Lacey decided to transfer in April. With virtually his entire squad returning, the Crimson Tide would have been an SEC threat and a certainty to make it to the NCAA Tournament. Lacey, the team’s second leading scorer and a key three-point man, is said to have been steered out of Tuscaloosa...
Waterloo offensive lineman Ross Pierschbacher visited Alabama last fall. He took in a Crimson Tide game and Bama went on to win another national title, its third in four years. He then became the first player to commit to Iowa in its Class of 2014 in January, something that turned heads as Iowa was coming off a 4-8 season.
Then in February, Pierschbacher started to waver a little...
Though yet to snag an Alabama offer, there is mutual interest between the top program and one of the more versatile offensive linemen in the Midwest. He visited Tuscaloosa on Wednesday for a closer look at the Crimson Tide.