My name is Michael Brauner and I am a senior at the University of Alabama studying for hopefully a future career in Sports Media. Even though I'm from New Jersey, I am a huge Boston sports fan. I love all sports and am excited to cover all things Bama! Roll TIde!
John Metchie Selected in Second Round to the Houston Texans
Former Alabama wide receiver John Metchie has been selected 44th overall in the second round to the Houston Texans.
Oats-Less Alabama Earns Emotional Victory Over Mississippi State
Alabama defeated Mississippi State at Coleman Coliseum on Wednesday night following an ejection of Nate Oats late in the second half.
Alabama Looks for Third Straight Victory in Rematch vs Bulldogs
Alabama will look to avenge their last defeat to Mississippi State last month in a rematch Wednesday evening at Coleman Coliseum.
Falcons Owner Wants to Keep Calvin Ridley amid Uncertainty
Falcons owner Arthur Blank says that he wants to keep Calvin Ridley as an Atlanta Falcon amid trade uncertainty around the star.
Derek Mason Taking Sizable Pay Cut at OSU after Leaving Auburn
Derek Mason, who left Auburn several weeks ago, will reportedly be taking a massive pay cut of $400,000 at his new post at OSU, for a total of $1.1 million per year.
Alabama Basketball Dominates Oakland 86-59
The Alabama Crimson Tide men's basketball team defeated the visiting Oakland Golden Grizzlies by a score of 86 to 59 at Coleman Coliseum on Friday night.
Golding Nominated for Broyles Award as Nation’s Top Assistant
Alabama defensive coordinator Pete Golding has been nominated for the Broyles award, which is handed out yearly to the nation's top assistant coach.
ACA Advances with 41-12 Beatdown of Williamson
The American Christian Academy Patriots have advanced to the second round of the playoffs via a 41-12 domination of the Williamson Lions.
ACA Defeats Dallas County 62-28
American Christian Academy defeated Dallas County 62-28 at ACA on Friday night.
Jalen Hurts Struggles Again on Thursday Night Football
Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles fell to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28-22 in Philadelphia on Thursday Night Football.