Alabama coach Nick Saban proposes summer changes to help college football teams prepare after missing spring practice.
TUSCALOOSA — Ten days after Alabama announced the hiring of its new strength and conditioning tandem of David Ballou and Dr. Matt Rhea, their job became a lot more complicated.
Note: This is the time of year when we are usually offering feature stories on the Morgan County Sports Hall of Fame’s next inductees. Since there is no induction this year, we will look back at some of the more notable inductees over the years.
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.
SEATTLE — Even with major leaguers likely to receive some semblance of another spring training to get ready, teams are going to have to be creative with how they handle starting pitchers whenever baseball returns.
During a time when most across the country are sheltering in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, Tua Tagovailoa is hardly slowing down.
Editor's note: This is the time of year when we are usually offering feature stories on the Morgan County Sports Hall of Fame’s next inductees. Since there is no induction this year, we will look back at some of the more notable inductees over the years.
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.
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.
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.
TUSCALOOSA — In between practicing social distancing by holding multiple daily meetings remotely from home amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, Greg Byrne has somehow managed to catch up on “two whole episodes” of the popular Neflix series "Ozark."