A month ago, Alabama welcomed a strong group of underclassmen to campus. The Tide staff will welcome another impressive group of recruits to Tuscaloosa for UA’s second Junior Day of the year. Here’s a look at some of the players expected to attend the event.
Needing a win to keep its NCAA hopes alive, the Alabama basketball team never led and lost 60-55 to Georgia at home Thursday. The loss likely silences Big Dance talk, barring a miraculous run at the SEC Tourney in Nashville next month.
Teair Tart-Spencer has taken the long road to becoming one of the nation's elite JUCO defensive linemen. After playing two years of high school ball at West Philadelphia HS in Philadelphia, PA, Tart-Spencer played his freshman year at ASA Community College in Brooklyn, NY. He sat out last season while attending Valley Forge Military Academy in Wayne, PA. Now he's at East Mississippi CC in Scooba, MS. He will enter next season as one of the nation's most coveted defensive linemen in the class of 2018.
Alabama baseball used a pair of five-run innings to claim a 12-5 win over Southern Miss in Wednesday’s matchup. With the win, the Crimson Tide moves to 3-1 overall on the early season.
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TI joined host Lance Griffin on The Game Plan on WOOF FM-100.1 and AM-560 in Dothan. Here is that interview.
With the naming of Brian Daboll as the Tide's new OC, fans are wondering what changes they may see in the Alabama offense next season. Here's a look at offensive schemes that Daboll used at his previous coaching stints.
University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban announced the hiring of Brian Daboll on Monday as the Crimson Tide’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban announced the hiring of Joe Pannunzio on Monday as the Crimson Tide’s special teams coordinator and tight ends coach.
TI joined hosts Scott Griffn and Pat Smith on Smashmouth Radio 99.1 The Game in Birmingham to discuss the hiring of Brian Daboll as the Tide's offensive coordinator. You can listen to the show weekdays from 6:30-9 AM on 991thegame.com. Here is the interview.
Alabama baseball fell, 4-3, to Presbyterian College in Sunday’s series finale in a back-and-forth contest on getaway day. With the loss, the Crimson Tide moves to 2-1 overall on the early season.
The Alabama offense collected 12 hits including four home runs to take the 8-1 win over Presbyterian on Saturday night at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. With the win, the Crimson Tide claims its fifth consecutive season-opening series.
Not much went wrong before a sold out Coleman Coliseum crowd of 15,383 Saturday afternoon as Alabama throttled hapless LSU 90-72. The only negative is that beating a poor team hurts your RPI, but not as bad as losing to one.
Shortly after the departure of Steve Sarkisian last week, sources told TI that Nick Saban's top choice to replace Sarkisian as the Tide's offensive coordinator was New England Patriots tight ends coach Brian Daboll
Ben Volin, who covers the New England Patriots for The Boston Globe, joined Ryan Fowler on Tide 102.9 in Tuscaloosa for an insightful interview on Brian Daboll.
TI joined host Aaron Suttles on Tide 102.9 in Tuscaloosa to discuss the possibility of New England Patriots tight ends coach Brian Daboll as the Tide's next OC. Here is that interview.
The Alabama men’s basketball team won a 57-54 decision over the Missouri Tigers at the Mizzou Arena on Wednesday night. With the win, the Crimson Tide improves to an overall 15-10 record, including an 8-5 mark in SEC play.
It's been eight days since offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian bolted from Alabama for the same spot with the NFL's Atlanta Falcons. Tide fans have been antsy ever since. But the wait for Sark's replacement might soon be over.