Make your predictions before the start of the men's basketball game against Norfolk State evening at 6 p.m.
Alabama Coach Avery Johnson and players Riley and Norris and Kira Lewis spoke to the media Tuesday to discuss Wednesday’s 6 p.m. CT NIT opener at home at Norfolk State on ESPNU. Here are snippets.
Here are scenes from the Tide's second practice of spring.+
After spending last week on spring break, the Tide returned to the practice for practice number two of spring. Here are some notes.
Tide quarterback Tua Tagovailoa met with the media today before practice. Here's what he said.
LB Dylan Moses talked with the media Monday.
QB Tua Tagovailoa talked with the media Monday.
WR Jerry Jeudy talked with the media Monday.
TI on the state of the Alabama basketball programWhy can't Alabama basketball be an elite program? Rodney joined host Gary Harris on Tide 102.9 to discuss that and more Bama basketball and spring football. Here is that interview.
Alabama was left out of the 2019 NCAA Tournament field and received a number one seed to the NIT. The Crimson Tide hosts Norfolk State Wednesday at 6 p.m. CT on ESPNU. Coach Avery Johnson held a teleconference to discuss the bid and why his team didn’t make the Big Dance. Here is a transcript.
After sweeping six games at the Rainbow Wahine Classic in Honolulu, Alabama is now 31-0.
Alabama baseball suffered a 12-2 loss to eighth-ranked Ole Miss on Sunday at Oxford-University Stadium. Following the series finale, the Crimson Tide sits at 17-4 overall and 1-2 in Southeastern Conference play.
Alabama baseball earned its first SEC win of the season, taking down eighth-ranked Ole Miss, 8-6, thanks to an impressive performance from the Crimson Tide bullpen and a timely two-RBI double by Drew Williamson in the eighth. With the victory, UA improves to 17-3 overall and 1-1 in Southeastern Conference play.
Alabama baseball fell, 1-0, to eighth-ranked Ole Miss in a game dominated by pitching on Friday evening at Oxford-University Stadium. The Crimson Tide loss ended a 12-game winning streak and puts UA’s record at 16-3 overall, 0-1 in Southeastern Conference play.
Alabama hadn’t beaten Kentucky in a men’s basketball SEC tournament game since 1983, the days of Ennis Whatley, Buck Johnson and Bobby Lee Hurt. Friday night at Bridgestone Arena in the 2019 SEC Tournament quarterfinal round, the Tide again lost to the Wildcats, this time by a score of 73-55.
Mike Harris is one of the state’s fastest-rising prospects in the 2020 class. The 5-11,170-pound defensive back from Central HS in Phenix City has landed offers from Alabama, Arkansas, LSU, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and West Virginia, among others. He’s also hearing from Auburn, Clemson and Ole Miss.
Make your predictions before the start of the men's basketball game against Kentucky Friday evening at 6 p.m.
Avery Johnson shook up his lineup in an effort to keep his Alabama basketball team in the NCAA tourney conversation. Variety may be the spice of life, and that conversation is not over, as Alabama rallied from a 16-point deficit to pull off an improbable 62-57 win over the Rebels. Bama won the second half 38-19.