Hey Bama Fans, My name is Dom Taylor and I'm from Sacramento, California. I'm a junior at UA earning a bachelor's degree in news media. My past experiences include the Crimson Tide Productions on-air team, "Student Section" host, writer and producer on WVUAFM 90.7, and Sacramento Kings audio/visual intern. Roll Tide!
No. 2 Alabama to Face No. 15 Iona in March Madness First Round
For the first time since 2018, the Alabama Crimson Tide (24-6) will prepare to face an opponent in the first round of the NCAA Basketball Tournament.
Herb Jones Among 10 Semifinalists for Naismith Trophy
Alabama senior Herb Jones was named one of ten semifinalists for the Naismith Trophy, Alabama Basketball announced earlier Thursday.
No. 4 Alabama Softball Extinguishes the UAB Blazers, 7-1
No. 4 Alabama Softball (9-0) took care of business on a cool Wednesday night, defeating the UAB Blazers (4-5), 7-1.
Alabama Gymnast Earns SEC Honors After Historic Performance
Luisa Blanco was named the SEC Gymnast of the Week, the conference announced earlier Tuesday.
Highlights from Coach Murphy and Lexi Kilfoyl’s Midweek Presser
Alabama Softball returns to Rhoads Stadium on Friday for the Easton Bama Bash, hosting the Liberty Flames and the No. 8 LSU Tigers.
Crimson Tide Reserve Linebacker Enters Transfer Portal
Alabama redshirt senior linebacker Ben Davis is entering the transfer portal for his final year of NCAA eligibility, he announced via twitter Monday.
Alabama Softball’s Revised Opening Weekend Schedule
No. 8 Alabama softball has new opponents for their opening weekend, the team announced late Thursday night.
Derrick Henry Wins NFL OPOY Award
Derrick Henry’s masterful performance for the Tennessee Titans in 2020 has earned him the AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award.
Alabama’s Walker Finalist for Katrina McClain Award
Alabama Women’s Basketball Forward Jasmine Walker is receiving national recognition for her achievements on the court this season.
Nate Oats Lends Support to Michigan’s “Let Them Play” Initiative
Alabama Basketball Coach Nate Oats is publicly voicing his support for Michigan’s “Let Them Play” Initiative.