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Quarterback Mac Jones handled goal-line drills, throwing to tight ends and running backs. Offensive coordinator Mike Locksley barked out play calls. The coverage mostly consisted of linebackers, including Dylan Moses, Mack Wilson, and Christian Miller.
With an increasing number of students at the University, and a growing number of these students using laptops and technology in classes, many students were frustrated with the inability to charge devices when power runs low.
The sale will feature clearance merchandise from all departments for under $20. Students can find clothing and accessories, souvenirs and school and art supplies. The Trunk Show boutique and Apple Campus Store will also have items marked down throughout the sale.
The author and teacher Matt Bell is set to be the next featured guest of the Visiting Writers Series.
Engineers can act, too.
Since 2013, businesses have been asked to participate in the Alabama Business Confidence Index survey every quarter to ask the opinions of business leaders about the state and their companies.
According to the most recent survey, executives said the top five issues facing the state are education and workplace training, infrastructure improvement, economic and business development, dissatisfaction with government and job growth.
One of the many perks of living in Tuscaloosa is that it’s a short drive from Birmingham, a city known for its shopping, restaurants and especially their concerts. From small listening rooms to large arenas, Birmingham has many venues for all concert types. Additionally, the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater’s openness makes it a prime location to host crowds of all sizes. There are plenty of concerts coming to the Birmingham and Tuscaloosa areas to keep a look out for.
Firstly, you can’t “be” OCD. It’s not an adjective, it’s a disease. Secondly, they have no idea the toll that disease took on me and my family, no idea that I fight every single day to remain healthy.
Dismissing the opinions of young activists is a lazy way to deal with your political differences. If the activists are too young to be listened to, it should not be a daunting task to prove them wrong via rational discussion.
A series against the No. 7 Kentucky Wildcats turns out to be just what the Crimson Tide needed, as it took two out of three games. Alabama improved to 18-11 (3-6 SEC) on the year.
Alex Leatherwood, the then-freshman left tackle for the Alabama Crimson Tide, crouched down into his stance, lined up opposite Georgia linebacker Davin Bellamy, who had just beaten him for a 16-yard sack on the previous play.
This time, Leatherwood didn't let Bellamy cut inside en route to the quarterback. He used Bellamy's momentum against him, pushing him past Tua Tagovailoa and enabling the game-winning pass to DeVonta Smith.
Green Bar is establishing itself as the intersection between a music venue that beckons original acts and the ultimate hangout bar.
Safety Deionte Thompson waited the entire 2017 season to get his chance. The former four-star recruit sat in a reserve role before senior Hootie Jones went down with a season-ending injury right before the College Football Playoff.
Alabama scored early and often in Sunday's series finale at Kentucky, defeating the Wildcats 9-3.
Alabama split its Saturday double header against Kentucky. It won the first game 9-0 and lost the second 11-6.
Alabama could only muster two hits on Saturday afternoon against No. 7 Kentucky and both were vastly different types of hits.
One was an infield single in the bottom of the seventh that broke up a no-hitter. The other was a game-winning grand slam off the bat of Hunter Alexander, to give Alabama a 4-2 victory over the Wildcats.
Alabama needed a big victory after losing it’s last seven games. On Friday night at Sewell-Thomas Stadium, it got its first win against a top-10 opponent.
The Crimson Tide took down the No. 7 Kentucky Wildcats behind strong pitching and timely hitting.
Ahead of it’s second SEC road series, Alabama got some good news. Star pitcher Alexis Osorio has been cleared to pitch this weekend against No. 19 Kentucky.
Osorio, who did not pitch at all last week for No. 16 Alabama against UAB and Ole Miss, passed all her concussion tests on Tuesday and is ready to go.
Just because they frequent Rogers Library doesn't mean they can't stage a play.
Act A-17, an Act to Establish a Scholarship Fund for Adapted Athletics, was passed unanimously in committee with one abstention before the senate passed it. Senator Darby McQueen, a senior majoring in social work, said passing this bill in the last meeting was a big step past the hardest stage.