Alabama Steel Head to Playoffs On A High Note

Alabama Steel Head to Playoffs On A High Note

The Alabama Steel wrapped up regular season play at home Saturday with a 14-8 win over the Alabama Silverbacks. Although it had its moments, this wasn’t one of the most entertaining offensive performances. On the other hand, though, it was definitely a defensive showdown. The Silverbacks took flight early, just three minutes into the game, […]

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 Alabama Steel Score Road Win Against Dragons

Alabama Steel Score Road Win Against Dragons

The Alabama Steel hit the road to take on the Mississippi Dragons Saturday, leaving the Dragons in the dust 44-24. A slow start for the Steel led to an early 12-0 lead for the Dragons. A few shaky moments from the Steel offense, alongside a few self-inflicted penalties, gave the Dragons an easy start to […]

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 Alabama Steel Falls to Fairhope Storm

Alabama Steel Falls to Fairhope Storm

The Alabama Steel and Fairhope Storm met for the second time this season on Saturday. The Storm once again prevailed, beating the Steel 19-6. The first meeting of the two ended in a 19-8 victory for the Storm at their home field in Fairhope, Alabama. The Steel is coming off a 16-6 victory over the […]

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 Alabama falls apart, falls to Kentucky

Alabama falls apart, falls to Kentucky

Alabama men’s basketball hit the road to take on the Kentucky Wildcats Saturday. The Tide came out blazing to start the game, giving hope to the Tide loyal. However, after the first 10 minutes of the game, Alabama returned to typical Alabama basketball. Blowing double-digit leads is nothing new for the Tide, but something about […]

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 Alabama Softball ‘Team 26’ Stays Undefeated

Alabama Softball ‘Team 26’ Stays Undefeated

Alabama softball continued its streak of dominance at their home opener doubleheader Friday. Alabama is hosting the 23rd Annual Easton Bama Bash at home at Rhoads Stadium. The Tide started the “Party at Rhoads” against Evansville with a 10-2 run-rule victory. Sophomore pitcher Jaala Torrence took the complete-game win for the Tide in Game 1, […]

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 Auburn Men’s Basketball Due for a Big One

Auburn Men’s Basketball Due for a Big One

The Auburn Tigers Men’s basketball team has emerged as the top team in the country with not much debate about it. The Tigers began the season in the number 21 spot and have steadily climbed their way to number four, where they currently reside, with their only loss being to a then number 22 UCONN […]

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 ESPN Analysts Add Fuel to the ‘Opt Out’ Chaos Fire

ESPN Analysts Add Fuel to the ‘Opt Out’ Chaos Fire

ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit caused a firestorm across social media after a few controversial comments he made on ESPN’s “College GameDay”, questioning whether today’s college athletes have the passion and love for the game. Whether Herbstreit meant it literally or as just a comment he didn’t fully think through before exclaiming it on national television […]

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 ‘This is the year’: The Bryan Harsin Era Begins

‘This is the year’: The Bryan Harsin Era Begins

The Bryan Harsin era at Auburn University comes with an immense amount of hope but with that hope comes a ton of uncertainty. After what felt like the longest 8 seasons, ranging from constant disappointment to settling for mediocrity and an occasional Iron Bowl win for the Tigers (and that extension Alabama fans enjoyed) during […]

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 Big 12 to the SEC: Not Without Reproach

Big 12 to the SEC: Not Without Reproach

We all know by now, that beginning in 2025, Texas and Oklahoma will join the Southeastern Conference. Not everyone agrees, not everyone is happy and that’s to be understood. Moving on from the Big 12 to the SEC will not go without reproach from fans, remaining schools stuck in the Big 12 (without arguably their […]

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