TUSCALOOSA — Alabama athletics director Greg Byrne argued Thursday that his department has been at the forefront of encouraging mask-wearing, a place Alabama has tried to own through its social media accounts. Consistent visuals of players and coaches in masks and examples of health and safe… Read the full story
TUSCALOOSA — Going into a sixth month of uncertainty in college athletics, University of Alabama athletics director Greg Byrne knows two things for certain: no matter what happens with football, financial losses will be challenging, and if there are football games in Bryant-Denny Stadium thi…
TUSCALOOSA — The move to a 10-game, SEC-only schedule could have the University of Alabama obligated to pay out more than $3.5 million to schools that were originally contracted to play the Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa in the 2020 season.
The Southeastern Conference announced today it will go with a league-only football schedule and the start of the season has been pushed to Sept. 26.
TUSCALOOSA — Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian underwent successful heart surgery last week, the result of annual physicals on the staff.
Masks are outnumbering weight belts in weight rooms. Strength and conditioning staffs are considering COVID-19 tests and disinfecting more than strength and speed development. In some places, when football games are played, empty seats will outnumber occupied ones.
TUSCALOOSA — On the morning of May 28, Alabama had a 2021 recruiting class ranked 48th in the 247 Sports Composite. It’s hard to tell what was more shocking: the number of the ranking or the schools ahead of Alabama at the time, including Pitt and SMU.
You'd think this would be the wake-up call of wake-up calls for folks in our state: at least five Alabama football players have tested positive for COVID-19, according to BamaInsider of the Rivals Network and confirmed by other news organizations.
TUSCALOOSA — After the team banded together for a video message Thursday, two University of Alabama gymnasts have addressed allegations of racism in their program in their own words.
TUSCALOOSA — At least five University of Alabama football players have tested positive for COVID-19, according to BamaInsider of the Rivals Network.
The University of Alabama’s gymnasts are not physically together while their program culture is being challenged, as gymnasts have yet to return to campus for voluntary workouts. But they have banded together virtually.
Tia Kiaku addressed claims of racist behavior with University of Alabama leadership, gymnastics coaches and fellow gymnasts. In all instances, she felt she was not taken seriously.
One day after the University of Alabama football team lost wide receiver Tyrell Shavers to the transfer portal, linebacker Markail Benton joined him there, as first reported by AL.com.
A former University of Alabama gymnast said via social media Tuesday night that she had been involved in a “very disturbing” incident that included a racially inappropriate comment during a practice last season.
Tuesday was Blackout Tuesday on social media platforms, with University of Alabama athletics leadership and official team Twitter accounts posting blank black pictures in solidarity with the black community. UA players across sports did the same, but Tuesday was far from the beginning from t…
A season-long penalties problem proved to be most costly at the end of Alabama’s regular season last year, in its final possession of a loss to Auburn. Fifteen penalty yards slowed progress on a drive that ultimately ended with a missed field goal attempt on the 11-yard line.
University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban and athletics director Greg Byrne both released statements Sunday, after days of protests against police brutality on people of color around the nation.