Cary Clark is a sports journalism and broadcasting veteran who holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Alabama. He has worked for WUAL FM, WZBQ FM, and the Columbus Commercial Dispatch in the past covering Crimson Tide sports. Clark was named the Associate Press 1986 small market Sportscaster of the Year. He currently works part time as a broadcaster for Tide 100.9 and as a writer for both Bama Central and Tider Insider.
Tide destroys Aggies despite busy day for M*A*S*H unit
“We’re a little thin. We lost Roydell for probably a good time and JoJo is not as serious but probably still out for a while,” Saban said. “Dalcourt will be back to practice Tuesday. DeMarco has a thigh bruise; He could have gone back in and played.”
Tide Handles Louisiana Tech in Hoops Opener
Just before tip-off, Alabama honored the late Luke “Fluffapotamus” Ratliff by presenting his mom Pam with a plaque and by dedicating the seat the super fan sat in to his memory. Ratliff passed away in March due to complications from COVID-19 after attending nearly every game – home and away- that the basketball team played during his years as an Alabama student. “He was more than just a fan,” Oats said. “He was a part of us. It felt like he was a part of the program.”
ACA Routs Rival Bibb County to Take Lead in Region 3
As usual for the Patriots, the offensive star was junior quarterback Sawyer Deerman, who is listed at 5-10, 165 but plays much bigger. Deerman threw two touchdown passes and scored two more on the ground to help put the Choctaws away.