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In the end, the juice was worth the squeeze

I still chuckle to myself sometimes when I think about how lucky I got. Two years ago to this day, I was walking into former Crimson White editor Corey Craft’s office to interview for a sports reporter job I knew I had absolutely no chance of getting. I was a recent entry into the journalism department, ...

The cautious gambler

Appearances are deceiving. It’s a central tenet of the game of poker. In an activity fraught with misinformation and disguises, the less obvious route is always the best to take. Maybe it’s not so usual, then, to see Shannon Shorr’s apartment.

Tide has talent, but questions still remain

Sitting in Bryant-Denny Stadium to get an early peek at the fourth iteration of Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide football team, it was easy to spot both what was missing and what was pleasantly new. There was no Terrence Cody in the endzone, hopping to the beat of the pre-scrimmage music and likely leaving ...

Tide takes final prep for A-Day

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Tide continues struggles

The Alabama baseball team continued its downward slide Tuesday night, dropping a sloppy 7-5 contest against Samford University in front of a home crowd of 3,819 at the Joe. It’s the Crimson Tide’s fifth loss in seven games and its 11th since getting off to a blistering 16-1 start to the season. “It’s ...

Tide holds second spring scrimmage

With a week left until the conclusion of spring practice at the annual A-Day game, the Alabama Crimson Tide held its second scrimmage of the spring Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Head coach Nick Saban said he was pleased with the team’s effort and commitment to improvement. “I thought that ...

Tide returns to work

After a productive Friday followed by two days of rest for Easter weekend, the Alabama football team returned to the Thomas-Drew Practice Facility Monday for a balmy practice session in the warmest temperatures of the spring. “It’s starting to warm up,” starting quarterback Greg McElroy said. ...

Motivation drives improvement

The Alabama Crimson Tide continued spring drills Monday with a workout under sunny skies in crisp, warm weather. The warmth seems to have brought the fires of competition out in the defensive units, with members of the defensive lines, linebacking corps and secondary fighting for a bevy of spots on ...

Tide readies for Razorbacks

The Alabama baseball team will hit the road to Fayetteville, Ark., for a weekend series against Southeastern Conference foe Arkansas in the No.

NCAA denies appeal on textbook issue

The University’s appeal to the NCAA regarding sanctions over “textbook-gate,” violations stemming from the widespread misuse of University textbook funds by 201 student-athletes across 16 varsity sports, was denied Tuesday. The NCAA determined that the University had failed to monitor student-athletes ...