Greetings Tide Fans! My name is J.R. Moore and I’m excited to be an intern and writer for The Home of Alabama Sports, Tide 100.9! Hailing from Middletown, Maryland, I first arrived to Title Town in 2017 for school in journalism and sports media. I religiously follow the Baltimore Ravens & Orioles as well as being a life-long Washington Capitals fan. Thanks for reading about me, Roll Tide!
Basketball Wins Its First SEC Title Since 2002
Alabama Men's Basketball beat Mississippi State on Saturday to win their first SEC regular-season title since 2002!
Alabama Secures The Series Opener In Tuscaloosa
Alabama brought the bats again, launching three home runs in their weekend series opener against Wright State.
Alabama Baseball Wins With Some Opening Day Fireworks
Alabama Baseball started off its opening weekend of play with a 10-6 win over the McNeese State Cowboys.
Alabama Baseball Finishes The Sweep
The Tide is PERFECT on the baseball diamond so far! Check out how the Opening Weekend went for UA:
UA Baseball Stays Perfect In Walk-Off Fashion
Alabama hit two more home runs on Saturday en route to a walk-off victory in game two against the McNeese State Cowboys. Bama Baseball is now 2-0.
20 Years Without ‘The Intimidator’
On Thursday, February 18, Tide 100.9 celebrates the career and contributions of Dale Earnhardt Sr. who lost his life in the Daytona 500 twenty years ago today.
John Petty Jr Named “Best Three-Point Shooter In Program History”
Senior guard John Petty Jr carved his name in the UA basketball history books on Saturday.
Can Bama Rebound After Stalling in the Last Half of its Season?
The fourth straight loss for Alabama Women's Basketball is threatening to cast a shadow over a solid season that began 12-2. What's the roadmap for the rest of the season and SEC Championship look like?
Tide Defender Earns Spot On Mexican National Team
In January, Alabama Soccer's own sophomore defender Reyna Reyes was called up to the Mexican Women's National Team after five seasons with the club.
Tide Falls in Second Meeting With No. 4 South Carolina
In their final regular-season matchup with the top-five ranked South Carolina, the Alabama Women's Basketball team fell by a final score of 87-63.