Tider Insider TV for May 21
Alabama signed 27 players in the 2019 class. Of those, fifteen enrolled early and participated in spring drills. In the next week or so, most, if not all, of the remaining twelve newcomers will report to Tuscaloosa to join the team for summer school and workouts.
Alabama men’s basketball head coach Nate Oats announced the signing of 6-8, 215-pound forward James Rojas, a National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) First Team All-American. Rojas becomes the sixth signee and second transfer who will suit up for the Crimson Tide basketball team for the 2019-20 season.
Thaiu Jones-Bell of Carol City HS in Miami, FL fills a big need in Bama's 2020 class for a quick, speedy, playmaking, game-changer at wide receiver. The 5-11, 190 can stop and start on a dime. He has great acceleration and change of direction. Excellent hands. Catches the ball very well in traffic. If that sounds like Amari Cooper, Calvin Ridley and Jerry Jeudy, that's because Jones-Bell has some of the same qualities as his predecessors from the Miami area.
TI on The Gary Harris ShowRodney joined host Gary Harris on Tide 102.9 in Tuscaloosa to discuss Bama softball, football recruiting and more.
It was, to quote Alabama softball Coach Patrick Murphy, “an instant classic.” Alabama 9, Arizona State 8 in the championship game of the NCAA softball Tuscaloosa Regional was that and more. It took a football-like three hours, twenty-six minutes to play. It had ...
The Arizona State Sun Devils nearly ended a long-standing NCAA Regionals winning streak for Alabama Saturday. However, righty freshman Montana Fouts got stronger as the game got longer and senior Caroline Hardy came through in a pinch to help the Tide win its 39th straight Regional game.
Survive and advance. Team 23 did it. Following eighth-seeded Alabama’s 8-2 NCAA Regional softball win over Alabama State, players and coaches from both squads met the media at Rhoads Stadium. Here are snippets of what they had to say.
Alabama offensive line coach Kyle Flood is slated to be in Houston today to check in on some area prospects. This afternoon, Flood is expected to attend a scrimmage at Galena Park-North Shore HS. One of the main objects of his attention will be 2020 offensive tackle Damieon George.
Shortly after 2 PM CT next Thursday, Chris Tyree, the nation's top 2020 all-purpose back from Chester-Thomas Dale, VA, will make his college announcement. Tyree will choose between Alabama, Notre Dame and Oklahoma.