Alabama volleyball rallies for five set victory over Tennessee

Alabama (17-11, 5-9 SEC) dropped the opening set to Tennessee (11-13, 4-11 SEC), 21-25, but were able to bounce back and win the second set, 25-17. The Volunteers owned the third set, winning 25-17, before Alabama forced a fifth set by winning the fourth set 25-18. The Crimson Tide were able to close out the match with a 15-11 set five victory, to win the match, 3-2.

Alabama's offense made the plays when it mattered most

After scrambling for a one-yard gain, quarterback Jalen Hurts connected with his favorite target Calvin Ridley for the fourth time of the day, gaining 15 yards. Hurts then threw an incompletion and was sacked to force a third and long.  Once again, he found Ridley, this time for 31 yards. Alabama was on the Mississippi State 26-yard line, with under 30 ticks left on the clock. The sophomore quarterback then found freshman wide receiver De’Vonta Smith for 26 yards, for the game winning touchdown.

Alabama soccer prepares for its third NCAA Tournament appearance

Alabama’s soccer team made history on Monday by becoming the third group to earn a bid to the NCAA Tournament in program history, but the Crimson Tide’s players are not satisfied yet. Although they’ve already rewritten the Alabama record books, they have their sights set on becoming the first Alabama team to advance past the first round, which they can accomplish with a road win against Clemson on Friday.