Articles By: Marquavius Burnett

Head coach reassigned for administrative role

In one of his first moves as athletic director, Bill Battle announced Monday that Crimson Tide women’s basketball head coach Wendell Hudson has been reassigned to an administrative position within the athletic department and will not return as head coach of the women’s team for the 2013-14 season. “Today’s decision is a mutual one between Wendell and me,” Battle said […]

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Women’s basketball head coach reassigned to administrative athletics position

In one of his first moves as director of athletics, Bill Battle announced on Monday that Crimson Tide women’s basketball head coach Wendell Hudson has been reassigned to an administrative position within the Department of Athletics and will not return as head coach of the women’s basketball team for the 2013-14 season. “Today’s decision is a mutual one between Wendell […]

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Priess leads Tide to NCAA-best 28 Regional wins

Ashley Priess admitted she was a little frustrated about not competing in the all-around throughout the season. She said she was antsy to compete and felt like she was ready earlier this year, but trusted the judgment of her coaches and waited her turn with every passing week. Priess and the coaching staff went into the season with a plan […]

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Coleman Coliseum to house regional gymnastics meet

The two-time defending NCAA Champion Alabama gymnastics team is the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional Championships, which will be held in Coleman Coliseum Saturday at 6 p.m. The Crimson Tide will host No. 2 seed Utah, No. 3 seed Denver, Kent State, BYU and Iowa State. The top 18 teams in the nation by regional qualifying score […]

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Remembering a Legend: Mal Moore 1939-2013

Remembering a Legend: Mal Moore 1939-2013

Jay Barker’s last conversation with Mal Moore went like many they had during Barker’s career as quarterback for The University of Alabama in the early 1990s while Moore was offensive coordinator for the Crimson Tide. Moore, as Barker recalls, spent much of the time asking how Barker was doing rather than discussing his own health issues. “He always worried about […]

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