Greetings Tide Fans! My name is J.R. Moore and I’m excited to be an intern and writer for The Home of Alabama Sports, Tide 100.9! Hailing from Middletown, Maryland, I first arrived to Title Town in 2017 for school in journalism and sports media. I religiously follow the Baltimore Ravens & Orioles as well as being a life-long Washington Capitals fan. Thanks for reading about me, Roll Tide!
Best Looks In UA Mens Basketball History
What are the best uniforms in Crimson Tide basketball history? Which one would you like to see make a comeback?
Alabama Basketball Alumnus Earns New Contract
Free-agent PF JaMychal Green penned a two-year, $15 million contract with the Denver Nuggets.
Bama Is Back At The No.1 Spot: But, For How Long?
Alabama claims the No.1 ranking for a 13th consecutive season, but who poses the biggest risk to holding on to that spot?
Tide Alumni Stars In His Own Commercial
Quinnen "Q" Williams gets his own commercial, gives a shoutout to some former teammates.
OPINION: Clemson Doesn’t Belong In The College Football Playoff
The No. 1 ranked Clemson Tigers had their yearly close win against an unranked team in the disappointing Atlantic Coast Conference. After squeaking out a win from a then 4-2 Boston College squad, it’s clear to me that a competitive 2020 College Football Playoff shouldn’t include the Cl…
Bryant Holds On During Homecoming
In a special Thursday edition of "Friday Night Lights," the Paul W.Bryant High School Stampede defeated the Brookwood Panthers by a score of 33-23.
UA Finds Hilarious Way to Promote Socially-Distant Football Watch Parties
Most fans won’t get the chance to make it Tuscaloosa’s Bryant-Denny Stadium, so what measures can we take at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19?
Rams Bounce Back At Home
Hamilton was completely smothered by Northside on Friday evening as the Rams kept their home win streak alive, comfortably, by a score of 36-0.
Visiting Hueytown Thrashes Brookwood
On a humid Friday night in Brookwood, the Hueytown Golden Gophers defeated the Panthers by a score of 62-0.