TUSCALOOSA — While concerns about the coronavirus pandemic have significantly altered life across the globe — including the cancellation of most spring sports and college football’s spring practice — some things never change.
A few prominent seniors from area high school teams announced Wednesday where they’ll play in college.
FLORENCE – After Florence’s 24-21 playoff win over Mountain Brook last fall, a game in which Dee Beckwith scored three touchdowns, coach Will Hester quipped “There’s an "S" on that chest somewhere.”
TUSCALOOSA — Sam Williams has always enjoyed hunting and fishing. So, too, does Freddie Roach, his lead recruiter at Ole Miss.
DaMarcus “Dee” Beckwith admits he has plenty to learn about playing quarterback. The Florence junior said sometimes he is too quick to run downfield when he might be better off waiting a bit more for a receiver to get open.
INDIANAPOLIS — Louisiana Tech defensive end Jaylon Ferguson and Colorado State wide receiver Preston Williams have already completed their work in Indianapolis.
AUBURN — When the NCAA passed a rule allowing college programs to hire a 10th on-field assistant coach starting with the 2018 season, Gus Malzahn brought in Marcus Woodson to be a second defensive backs coach on his Auburn staff.
AUBURN — Gus Malzahn (or the person who runs the Auburn head coach’s Twitter account) doesn’t tweet much. He (or they) certainly never called his shot the way he did early on National Signing Day.
MUSCLE SHOALS — Terrell McDonald was in the gym when Muscle Shoals hosted rival Florence for a basketball game last week, but he wasn’t wearing the white basketball jersey he wore last year.
TUSCALOOSA — Alabama announced today that it will play tradition-rich Texas in a home-and-home football series early in the 2022 and 2023 seasons. The first game will feature the Crimson Tide traveling to Austin, Texas, for a game Sept. 10, 2022, with the Longhorns making the return trip to …
Alabama's 2018 opener against Louisville in the Camping World Kickoff Classic in Orlando, Florida, will kick off at 7 p.m. Central on Sept. 1 and be televised on ABC, the Crimson Tide announced today.
TUSCALOOSA — Alabama's 2019 football recruiting class is starting to take shape after receiving a quality four-star boost today.