Posted February 24, 2013 on
Three Crimson Tide players recorded double-digit points, but it was not enough as the Alabama women’s basketball team fell, 67-61, to Florida on Sunday at Foster Auditorium. With the loss, the Tide moves to 12-15 overall and 2-12 in the Southeastern Conference while the win brings the Gators to 16-12 on the season and 5-9 against league opponents.
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Alabama has had plenty of success recruiting in Louisiana over the last few cycles, and the 2014 class may be the state’s biggest talent pool in some time. The Crimson Tide is in on many juniors, as expected, and one has the champs on top after earning an offer on Saturday’s Junior Day.
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Alabama is not only looking to have all the best high school talent on the lock, but Saban and company are looking to solidify their middle school pipelines. The Tide offered Louisiana product Dylan Moses a scholarship after his performance during Alabama’s junior day this past weekend. Dylan’s father Edward said Saban told him that, The post Nick Saban Offers Scholarship to...
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Boca Raton, Fla. – Alabama used a three-run first inning en route to a 4-2 win over Florida Atlantic from the FAU Baseball Stadium on Saturday afternoon to win the first two games of the three-game series. The Crimson Tide is now 6-0 to open the season, while FAU falls to 3-3 after dropping three straight games.
This 2014 RB grew up an Alabama fan before moving to Texas, and the Crimson Tide made a big impression on him while at Junior Day.
Kerryon Johnson is one of the top class of 2015 prospects in the South and he’s already one of the best in the state of Alabama regardless of class. With a few offers already on the table, he took a trip to Tuscaloosa over the weekend to experience Alabama’s Junior Day where he met with Nick Saban once again.
The Tigers host the Crimson Tide Saturday in a meaningful SEC matchup. TSD brings you inside the action before, during and after the game.
Jake Sanders will visit Alabama Saturday looking for an offer from the Crimson Tide, but before leaving for Tuscaloosa he picked up an offer on Friday.