Found March 09, 2013 on
With time expiring on the game and Alabama's season, Trevor Releford hit a beautiful buzzer-beater to shock the Georgia Bulldogs.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Really? Another one?
Half-court game-winners are becoming a prevalent as Harlem Shake videos in amateur basketball, and Alabama joined the club Sunday afternoon. Junior Trevor Releford sank a shot from beyond half-court to give the Crimson Tide a 61-58 win over Georgia and keep Bama’s NCAA tournament aspirations alive.
There’s not much more to be said that we haven’t already...
Trevor Releford heaved a 50-foot shot at the buzzer to give Alabama a 61-58 win over Georgia Saturday at Coleman Coliseum. With the win, and a little extra help from rival Tennessee for beating Missouri, the Crimson Tide will be the No. 4 seed in next week's SEC Tournament.
Trevor Releford shot Alabama into the double-bye portion of the Southeastern Conference Tournament bracket. While the bottom four teams begin play Wednesday, the Crimson Tide waits until the third round on Friday.
I have never been a part of a more exciting moment watching Alabama Basketball. On the day that the 100th year of Bama Basketball was honored and Andrew Steele, the lone senior was celebrated, Trevor Releford gave us a moment that we will never forget.
Up 14 late in the second half, Alabama seemed to get too comfortable as the Crimson Tide let their lead slip to eventually a tie...
Check out the video.
Alabama’s Trevor Releford’s half-court buzzer beater against Georgia kept the Crimson Tide’s NCAA tournament hopes alive.
Georgia’s Charles Mann drove to the basket to put the game away, but lost the ball.
Alabama’s Rodney Cooper grabbed it and passed to Releford.
Trevor Releford hit a buzzer-beating 3-pointer from half-court to give Alabama a 61-58 win over Georgia on Saturday.
Nick Jacobs stole the ball from a driving Charles Mann in the final seconds and lofted a pass to Releford, who quickly launched the long shot to prevent overtime, setting off a celebration on the court while officials briefly reviewed the play.
The Crimson Tide ...
In case you are unaware, it is March. And if you needed any further confirmation, five college basketball games ended with buzzer-beaters on Saturday, starting the chaos that is March Madness.
The first of five thrilling finishes began in “The World’s Most Famous Arena,” Madison Square Garden. Marquette’s leading scorer, Vander Blue banked a shot off the glass to give the...
Quarterback AJ McCarron led the Alabama Crimson Tide to a second straight national championship this past season. And he reportedly did so playing the final six games with injured ribs.McCarron said he suffered the injury while being sacked during an Oct. 27 game against Mississippi State. He was forced to limit his throwing in practice from that point forward due to significant...
Adam Engel slides back into first base safely. He would stole second in the 14th inning and scored the winning run against Alabama when Cole Sturgeon got a bases-loaded walk, giving UofL a 4-3 win in the first game of a three-game series.
Fourteen innings of baseball in 40-degree temperatures (wind chill of 30) on Friday were a severe test for hardened University of Louisville...
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The Alabama baseball team suffered a heartbreaking 4-3 loss in 14 innings to No. 5 Louisville on Friday evening from Jim Patterson Stadium. The Cardinals scored the game-winning run on a bases loaded walk in the bottom of the 14th, to drop the Crimson Tide's overall record to 8-5, while improving to 10-2 on the season.
As we near the start of March Madness, University of Alabama guard Trevor Relaford decided to give us a taste of the madness with this epic finish yesterday against the University of Georgia.
With less than five seconds to go, Georgia's Charles Mann lost the ball attempting a game-winning drive and the ball ended up in the hands of Relaford for one last shot for the Crimson...
Alabama guard Andrew Steele has been fighting through extraordinary pain in his ankle since the end of January. But that hasn't and won't stop him from contributing to his team whether he's on or off the court.
Former Alabama running back, Eddie Lacy, will be sitting out the Tide's upcoming pro day as he continues to nurse an injured hamstring.
Alabama has recruited very well in the state of Georgia under Nick Saban, and the Tide has plenty of targets there in the class of 2014 as well. One of its top defensive targets was on campus for most of the day Saturday, and he breaks down what sitting down with several coaches was like inside. Was it enough to get UA back near the top of his board?