As Sloss Music and Arts Festival made its second appearance in Birmingham, attendees were well prepared for the same hot temperatures it faced last year.
The Alabama men's basketball team officially unveiled its non-conference schedule for the upcoming season on Wednesday,
SEC West opponents look back on some of the memorable moments behind Alabama's national championship run
On Nov. 7 Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen sprinted up the middle on a quarterback keeper to convert a game-winning two-point conversion in overtime against Ole Miss.
One-hundred and sixty miles away the fans in Bryant-Denny Stadium began cheering.
Last week, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke out against Donald Trump in interviews with The New York Times and CNN. She said that she “didn’t want to contemplate” a Trump administration, and also called the presumptive Republican nominee a “faker.”
Chris Arreola forced the WBC Heavyweight Champion of the World, Deontay Wilder, back on the ropes and delivered some body blows in the fourth round.
Early mornings, late nights and fully scheduled afternoons aren’t what most college students would call a perfect summer.
At the University of Alabama, it is only natural that football comes first in the minds of most fans. After 16 national football championships, the culture has shaped in such a way to fill football seats on game days but struggles to provide the same hype for basketball games.
At the hottest point of Sloss Fest 2016 in Birmingham, Alabama it was nearly 98 degrees. Multiply that by a factor of nearly 300 and you’d have the temperature that it takes to melt the iron that made Birmingham what it is today.
Though the city no longer depends on iron production to drive its economy, the industry’s legacy is kept alive through Sloss Furnaces.
More than just a slogan plastered on state highway signs, the phrase “Alabama the Beautiful” embodies a past and present State of Alabama that takes great pride in sharing its natural gifts with those who come to visit.