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Nate Oats Named Finalist for Major Coaching Awards
Nate Oats, after guiding Alabama to their first SEC Tournament victory since 1991, has been named a finalist for the Naismith and United States Basketball Writers Association Coach of the Year Awards.
Tua, Jalen, and Mac Named to Top 60 QBs of 2000s
ESPNs Bill Connelly ranked the top 60 college quarterbacks of the 2000s, featuring three former Tide signal callers in his rankings.
NCAA to Allow 25% Capacity for March Madness
The NCAA announced Friday the annual March Madness Tournament will be allowing 25% capacity at the games, per Jon Rothstein on Twitter.
Bama in the Big Game: Top Super Bowl Performers
While there have been many former Alabama players to grace the big game, there have been just a few that stand out from the rest of the pack.
Nate Oats Should be Coach of the Year
From calling out Coach K, to hammering SEC opponents with a barrage of three pointers, the Nate Oats era is here in Tuscaloosa and Bama basketball is rolling.
Ravens Release Former Tide Running Back
The Baltimore Ravens, following their defeat at the hand of the Buffalo Bills on Saturday, have informed Mark Ingram that he will be released, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Alabama Freshmen named to FWAA Freshman All-American Team
The Football Writer's Association of America released their annual Freshman All-American team, featuring two standout Tide freshmen.
Patrick Surtain II Declares for NFL Draft
Patrick Surtain II has decided to forego a senior year at the University of Alabama and declare for the NFL Draft.
Bama Basketball Suffers Key Injuries Against Kentucky
The Tide showed out in Lexington Tuesday night, defeating the Wildcats 85-65 and taking over as the number one team in the SEC. While the Tide rolled all night, two key players went down with injuries.
Collin Sexton Breaking Franchise Records
The third year guard, with his 21 point performance against the Orlando Magic on Wednesday, broke a Cleveland Cavaliers record previously held by LeBron James.