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HOOPS: Tide Swallows First 3-Game-Losing-Streak since 2020
Alabama Basketball faces its first three-game losing streak since February of 2020 after falling to Mississippi State on the road. The now 11-6 Tide look to right the ship against LSU on Wednesday.
Is “Jerry World” Bryant-Denny West?
No. 1 Alabama is taking on No. 4 Cincinnati at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX, for the first round of the CFP, a venue which the Tide hasn't lost in since its opening in 2009.
Raining In Seattle, No. 16 Alabama Stuns No. 3 Gonzaga
It was a bad day to be a Bulldog on Saturday - No. 16 Alabama upsets No. 3 Gonzaga in Seattle.
Bediako Records Five Blocks In Win Over South Alabama
No. 14/13 Alabama moves to 3-0 for the first time since 2017 following a 73-68 win over the South Alabama Jags.
Alabama Soccer Gets Program’s First Win In NCAA Tournament
For the first time in program history, the Alabama soccer team has won its first-round game and will move on to face BYU in round two of the NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament.
Good Hope Ends Northside’s Season On The Road
The Good Hope Raiders defeated the Northside Rams to move onto round three of the AHSAA 4A Playoffs.
Rams Hold On To Playoff Hopes At Home
The Northside Rams, led by a 5 TD performance from QB Braden Green, managed to hold on during a close playoff win at home.
Northside Rams Stay Undefeated At Home
The Northside Rams moved to 8-1 after a dominant performance to keep the record perfect when playing at home.
Hoover QB Throws For 277-Yards In First Half
The Bucs moved to 9-0 with help from senior QB Bennett Meredith's 5 TDs during the first half.
Ed Orgeron and LSU Parting Ways After 2021
Nation champion head coach Ed Orgeron will not return to LSU in 2022.