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Alabama Football to Participate in Football Mental Health Week
Alabama football is participating in the third annual College Football Mental Health Week, organized by the Hilinski's Hope Foundation. Mark and Kym Hilinski founded the Hilinski's Hope Foundation in honor of their son Tyler who took his own life in 2018...
Tough 2023 Home Schedule for Alabama Gymnastics
Alabama gymnastics opens its home schedule against Michigan State on Jan. 6. The home slate features five opponents all ranked in the top 25.
21 Facts, Quotes, and Stats for Crimson Tide Star’s 21st Birthday
The Terminator turned 21 on Friday.
“Looks like they’ve made up”: Maria Taylor Speaks to Bama Football Team
Nick Saban brought in Michael Phelps and Larry Fitzgerald as the first two speakers for fall camp this year. The third speaker to talk to the team had a different background than the first two. Sports reporter, Maria Taylor, spoke to the Alabama football team Thursday evening...
NFL Legend Talks to Alabama Football Team
Larry Fitzgerald talked to the Alabama football team Tuesday evening. He's the latest notable speaker to talk to the team during fall camp.
Phidarian Mathis Picked No. 47 Overall by the Washington Commanders
Former Alabama defensive lineman Phidarian Mathis found a new home with the Washington Commanders as the 47th overall pick.
Alabama Gymnastics Came Up Short in Ft. Worth
The Crimson Tide gymnastics team came up short in the NCAA National Championship Semifinals Thursday afternoon. For the semifinals, there are six judges with the highest and lowest scores being dropped. The other four scores are then averaged. ...
Flipping into Ft. Worth: Alabama Gymnastics Makes Program History
Alabama gymnastics advances to the NCAA National Championship semifinals with a second place finish in the Seattle Regional Finals. The Tide scored a 198.175 which is the second highest score in program history. They had eight scores of 9.950 with seven different gymnasts scoring them. Lilly Hudson scored two 9.950s Saturday night. Alabama gets a couple weeks off from competition before traveling to Ft. Worth, TX for the Championship Semifinals on April 14.
Alabama Gymnastics Dominated Seattle Regionals
Alabama gymnastics put on a show in Seattle Thursday afternoon. Shallon Olsen earned and tied her career-best scores on balance beam and vault with a 9.950. Luisa Blanco performed on the uneven bars and scored a 9.900 while Makarri Doggette may have retweaked her ankle injury on her bar dismount. She still scored a 9.900, however. Griffin James made her competition debut on floor in place of Blanco and scored a solid 9.875. The Crimson Tide along with Michigan State will compete Saturday at 7 p.m. against the top two teams from session two Thursday night.
5 Takeaways Heading into Regionals
Alabama gymnastics competes Thursday in the Seattle Regional. Here's five things to know before the competition.