Articles By: Bryan Bergman

Halfway point for NFL calls for midseason awards

MVP: Peyton Manning, QB, Broncos Manning came out firing on all cylinders in week one, and he’s spent the first half of the season cutting through opposing defenses like a hot knife through butter. The numbers are staggering: 2,919 yards, 29 TDs and a 71 percent completion rate. To put that into perspective, only five quarterbacks, including Manning himself, threw […]

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Tide to end preseason this weekend

As the fall season draws to a close, the No. 3 Crimson Tide women’s golf team hopes for a strong finish to its preseason. The team will return to North Carolina at the Landfall Tradition this weekend in Wilmington, N.C. The Crimson Tide last finished fifth at the Tar Heel Invitational with a score of 14-over. “We kind of shot […]

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Two Tide players advance in USTA Futures

Qualifying is well underway for the men’s tennis team at the USTA Futures tournament in Birmingham’s Highland Park, with the first three rounds already in the books. One Crimson Tide player remains in the hunt for a qualifying spot in the 32-man field, while sophomore Becker O’Shaughnessey and senior Daniil Proskura have already earned places in the main draw. Proskura […]

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Hockey program rooted in family talent

If you follow hockey, you may recognize the name Quenneville. Joel Quenneville has been the coach of the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks since 2008, leading the team to two Stanley Cups. However, he isn’t the only hockey coach in the Quenneville family. His cousin, Mike, is now in his fourth season as the head coach of the Alabama Frozen Tide. A […]

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Tide hopes to rebound from 8th-place finish

After what the team felt was a less-than-stellar outing at its last tournament, the Alabama women’s golf team will resume its fall season this weekend when it competes in the Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel Invitational. The Crimson Tide is coming off an eighth-place finish at the Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship, which matches the team’s worst since a ninth-place finish in […]

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