The most famous timeout called in the history of the NCAA Tournament has been variously called the biggest mistake, the biggest choke, the most embarrassing gaffe, all because that timeout didn't actually exist.
TUSCALOOSA — Brad Bohannon described the 48 hours when Alabama’s baseball season came to a halt March 12-13 as “surreal” and “traumatic.”
TUSCALOOSA — One year to the day he was officially named as Alabama's head men's basketball coach, Nate Oats went north of the border to add an infusion of premium talent to his roster.
If Jackson Wedgeworth has played his final tournament as a member of North Alabama’s men’s golf team, he certainly went out in style.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Coming Friday, a look at the newcomers Auburn will add (signees Sharife Cooper, Justin Powell and Chris Moore) and could still add (such as top recruits Jalen Green and Greg Brown, as well as a host of transfers) before next season.
Fresh off a workout March 13, Jared Mayden sat at a table inside the Mal Moore Athletic building filling out paperwork for what he anticipated would be one of the biggest days of his life — Alabama’s annual Pro Day, originally scheduled for this past Tuesday.
Taryn Simmons and her UNA women’s golf team teammates were headed to Hilton Head, South Carolina, for the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate when the call came, telling them to reverse course and head home.
Since taking over as Florida State coach in December, Mike Norvell has spent seemingly endless hours laying the foundation of his program.
TUSCALOOSA — Amid the uncertainty, Alabama men's basketball coach Nate Oats is anticipating one stark reality: the Crimson Tide could be without two of its top scorers from last season.
Each UNA baseball pitcher's "dugout routine" is marked on the wall of the dugout. Bryant Claunch, a senior who came to UNA from Florence High, has eight bullet points on his list.
TUSCALOOSA — After the NCAA and SEC decided to cancel all remaining spring sports events through the end of the 2019-20 academic calendar, Alabama athletic director Greg Byrne has had plenty on his mind.
AUBURN — Bruce Pearl would have preferred spendingn last weekend in Tampa, Florida; Spokane, Washington; Albany, New York; Greensboro, North Carolina; or any one of the other first- and second-round NCAA tournament host sites.