Posted March 03, 2013 on
Who would have expected the recent cold bats of Alabama to warm up with two outs and no one on base in the bottom of the sixth inning Sunday? But Bama exploded for six runs, propelling the Crimson Tide to a 12-6 win over Tulane.
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In a string of Alabama events that make you not believe the event before it, has finally been out done. An Alabama Crimson Tide and Nick Saban that tattoo that takes up an entire back and looks like this? JACKPOT! The tattoo says: Sons of Saban Alabama Of course the picture wouldn’t be complete without the guys Facebook link. There really is only one thing to say. ROLL TIDE HT @KellyFGross
One thing that Alabama fans and Auburn fans can agree on is that every time the Tide goes up against the Tigers in anything, it is important. That’s why the Crimson Tide baseball team would like to end the domination of the Tigers in the Max Capital City Classic baseball game. But it's not as important as later conference competition.
Nick Saban and his powerful Alabama Crimson Tide recruiting machine are hoping to reel in Charles Mosley, a massive 2014 defensive tackle recruit.
The Alabama women's basketball team closed out the regular season with an 88-64 loss to Missouri on Sunday in Foster Auditorium. The Crimson Tide now stands at 12-17 overall and 2-14 against Southeastern Conference opponents, while the Tigers improve to 17-13 on the season and 6-10 in the league.
Look, Alabama won the National Championship—and bully to them for doing so—but I can hardly feel sorry for Barrett Jones’ inability to perform at the NFL Combine as a result of the Tide’s accomplishment. “People don’t realize it’s tougher for us to come here and compete in the combine because we play so late,” Jones said. “We’re still not maybe as healthy as everybody...
Alabama pitchers have been getting strikeouts against Tulane, but the Crimson Tide hasn't been scoring enough runs. As a result, Bama has now lost the series to the Green Wave. One game remains to be salvaged at Sewell-Thomas Stadium on Sunday.
Alabama has offered over 90 class of 2014 prospects thus far in the cycle, with only two committed as the calendar turns to March. Still, the Crimson Tide is in very good shape for some of the best players in America, and BamaMag.com categorizes each and every one in the first edition of “sorting the offers.”
Alabama has reached into Ohio in the past to land linebacker Trey DePriest, and head coach Nick Saban is back recruiting the state again. Toledo Central Catholic quarterback DeShone Kizer is the latest from the Buckeye state to land an Alabama offer.