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I know most Bama fans aren’t fans of Birmingham News sports writer Kevin Scarbinsky, but Scarbinsky had an interesting article recently about Tide head coach Anthony Grant being SEC Coach of the Year. Scarbinsky points out how Grant has managed to achieve success this year despite having to suspend his two best players; one for […]

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Feb
26

Tide Spanks The Bullies

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If this was a must win for the Mississippi State, they sure didn’t play like it. The Bulldogs were dominated by the Crimson Tide 67-50. The Tide held State to a season low in points and was lead by a freshman. Levi Randolph had 18 points, seven rebounds, four assist and three rebounds not to […]

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Feb
25

In Case You Missed It…

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While trying to make an defensive play, Tide guard Levi Randolph took out announcer ESPN Jimmy Dykes. Fortunately, for Dykes and Randolph, no one was hurt but it was a pretty funny episode. Check it out this video from Awful Announcing.com. http://www.awfulannouncing.com/2012-articles/february/alabamas-levi-randolph-nearly-kills-jimmy-dykes.html Share

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Feb
25

Tide BBQ’s The Hogs

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It looks like the Crimson Tide (18-9,7-6) has found its swagger again in its 79-68 victory over Arkansas. Bama overcame a hot Razorback team who at one point in the first half could do no wrong from the three-point line. But then the Tide got hot going 6-8 from the three-point line in the first […]

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Feb
25

Green To Play Today Against State

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Tide head coach Anthony Grant announced yesterday during his weekly press conference that JaMychal Green will be available today for the Mississippi State game, whether or not he starts today Grant didn’t say, but at some point, he will play. “He’ll be available,” Grant said. “We’ll make some determinations based on how practice goes But […]

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Feb
23

Bama Players In the NBA

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A lot of Bama basketball fans may be wondering how are some of our favorite former Tide players are doing in the NBA? Well here is just a short “Where are they now?” list to keep fans posted on how their former favorite players are doing. Alonzo Gee Gee is becoming a star with the […]

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Alabama heads to Arkansas tonight to face the struggling Razorbacks. Unlike the Hogs, Bama has seem to have found itself over the past few games and the hard work finally paid off against Tennessee. Despite not winning a road game so far this season, Mike Anderson’s Hogs were undefeated at home this season, however, that […]

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It looks like Tony Mitchell’s days in an Alabama uniform are done at least for this season. According to CBSSPORTS.com and the University of Alabama, JaMychal Green will be able to at least returned to practice with the the team this week, while Mitchell will be gone for the remainder of the year. Green has […]

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Despite the reinstatement of JaMychal Green, Tide head coach Anthony Grant says that Green will not be available Thursday night against Arkansas. Now that we know the fate of Green and Tony Mitchell, Grant tells the media that he and his players are ready to move on. “For our guys, they’ve moved on, we’ve got […]

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Feb
22

Tide RPI Still Stands At No. 37

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Although the Crimson Tide has struggled at times without the services of JaMychal Green and Tony Mitchell, the Tide’s RPI still stands at No. 37. ESPN “bracketologist” Joe Lunardi still projects the Tide as a No. 10 seed in the NCAA tournament which sounds like the Tide will be one of the last four in […]

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