TUSCALOOSA — For most people, even those at Alabama, the month of June is usually reserved for relaxation and vacations. But that doesn’t mean the Crimson Tide is slowing down
Calhoun County Sports Hall of Fame: Brannen excelled in four sports before playing football at Alabama
by: Rip Donovan, Star Sports Correspondent — The Anniston Star 14 Jun
Jerre Brannen was a rare high school athlete. He was outstanding in football, basketball, baseball and track at Anniston High School, playing three years in each sport, before graduating in
by: Alex Byington/Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 5 Jun
TUSCALOOSA — One by one, as usual led by a couple of its seniors, the Alabama softball team high-fived and hugged nearly every one of the more than two dozen
by: Alex Byington/Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 31 May
MIRAMAR BEACH, Fla. — The Southeastern Conference is in agreement: bottom’s up.
by: Alex Byington, Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 31 May
Alabama couldn’t keep the night of upsets going against top-seeded Oklahoma when junior Nicole Mendes laced a two-out RBI triple off the wall in center to edge the eighth-seeded Crimson
by: Alex Byington, Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 30 May
Montana Fouts’ first introduction to Alabama softball just happened to be its crowning achievement.
by: Alex Byington/Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 29 May
MIRAMAR BEACH, Fla. — While Nick Saban and Alabama have been quite vocal about their reasons for scheduling more future home-and-home series against prominent Power Five programs, it’s his former
by: Alex Byington/Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 28 May
MIRAMAR BEACH, Fla. — Tua Tagovailoa might not be shouldering the burden of having to win the starting job like he did a year ago, but Alabama’s rising junior quarterback