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Cullinan Commits to Crimson Tide
6-foot-2 forward, Taylor Cullinan, out of North Paudling High School in Dallas, Georgia has committed to play her college basketball for Kristy Curry and the Alabama Crimson Tide. Cullinan is a forward who possesses guard skills that could make her a matchup problem in the SEC. She announced her com…
Senior McCleney Moving On
The NCAA granted an extra year of eligibility to all spring sport athletes as a means to make up for the cancellation of the spring athletic season. On the surface level that was the correct decision for the governing body of college athletics, but it presents complications for both programs and pla…
Alabama Freshman Blake Bennett Leaves Program
Crimson Tide freshman Blake Bennett has announced his decision on Twitter to leave the Alabama baseball program and continue his career at Pensacola State. Bennett did not pitch for the Crimson Tide this season after battling numbness in his arm and fingers beginning in August of 2019.

In February …
SEC Votes For Athletes to Return
Two days after the NCAA announced it was clearing football and men's and women's basketball athletes to return to college campuses on June 1, the SEC announced that voluntary in-person activities may resume on June 8. SEC schools may bring back football and basketball athletes to campus fo…
ACA Head Coach Chris Smelley Talks Patriots Football
American Christian Academy Head Football Coach, Chris Smelley, joined The Gary Harris show this morning to talk about his Patriots. Smelley discussed his goals of winning a state championship, his two top players, several rule changes and how his time playing for Steve Spurrier has impacted him as a…
Alabama Agrees to Series with Arizona
The Alabama has made a concerted effort to beef up its football non-conference schedule in the future, in particular, playing Power 5 universities in home-and-home series to boost ticket sales and create intriguing on-campus matchups. Today the Crimson Tide announced a future series with the Arizona…
Pat Dye Hospitalized with COVID-19
Former Auburn football coach Pat Dye has been hospitalized due to COVID-19 coronavirus. According to Toccoa First United Methodist Church, Dye has been hospitalized as a result of complications dealing with kidney disease. He coached at Auburn from 1981-1992 and served as athletic director during th…

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