The stage is set for all 68 teams in the NCAA Tournament. The Alabama Crimson Tide earned the No. 1 overall seed for the first time in school history and is now six wins away from winning the first national championship in school history.
I don’t want to hear another word from you. I know, I know it sounds really harsh and borderline rude. The fact is, I have reached a breaking point here in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
I am also a lifelong fan and I should confess, I was in need of some help to “shut up” earlier this year.
The Tide plays on Wednesday night against Auburn and can win the SEC regular season championship outright with a victory. Tune into Alabama basketball on Tide100.9 FM on Wednesday beginning at 4 p.m. for pregame coverage.
The Tide hits the road for its biggest league game of the season on Wednesday. Alabama plays Tennessee in Knoxville at 6 p.m. Alabama has six more games left in its regular season and will welcome the Tigers for a home game in Coleman Coliseum on Wednesday, March 1.