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Former Hillcrest Star Calls Georgia Bulldogs “Very Beatable”
Every Tuesday night from 7p.m.-8p.m., Tide 100.9FM airs its weekly radio show, Hillcrest Huddle, featuring special guests from Hillcrest High School in Tuscaloosa, Al. These guests can vary from former and current players, coaches, alumni and more. Tonight's edition of Hillcrest Huddle was broadcasted live from Walton's. Former Hillcrest and Ole Miss linebacker Jacques Jones was one of the special guests on the episodeJones who currently plays linebacker for the University of Kentucky Wildcats, who just played the University of Georgia Bulldogs this past Saturday, had some choice words on Georgia. Despite losing to the Bulldogs 30-17, the Kentucky linebacker calls them "very beatable" live on the October 19th episode of Hillcrest Huddle.Jones who currently plays linebacker for the University of Kentucky Wildcats, who just played the University of Georgia Bulldogs this past Saturday, had some choice words on Georgia. Despite losing to the Bulldogs 30-17, the Kentucky linebacker calls them "very beatable" live on the October 19th episode of Hillcrest Huddle.
Tuscaloosa County Gets Mauled by Hoover at Home
Friday night, the Hoover Buccaneers traveled to Northport, AL to take on the Tuscaloosa County Wildcats. From the start, County High struggled to get their offense going. They punted on their first three possessions before they were able to score. Their lone touchdown came on a 40 yard touchdown pass from junior quarterback Brax Garrison to senior wide receiver and defensive back C.J. McGee, with five minutes and 48 seconds remaining in the half.
Tuscaloosa Academy Gets Emotional Win Over Clarke Prep
In Friday night's matchup of AISA AAA Region 2 rivals, the Tuscaloosa Academy Knights hosted the Clarke Prep Gators. With heavy hearts, the Knights came out firing out on all cylinders.Fuller Goldsmith, a student at Tuscaloosa Academy, passed a few days before the game and memorialized by the Tuscaloosa Academy faithful before and after the game.
Hillcrest Alums Named FBS Players of the Week
Tuscaloosa is truly Titletown. Over the years, we had have champions, award winners, world champions, and Olympic medalists. Locally, our high schools have developed some of the future stars of tomorrow. In particular, Hillcrest High School produced both of this week's Walter Camp National FBS Players of the Week. This award was announced on Walter Camp Football's Twitter.
Former Alabama State Wrestling Champ Signs With WWE
Being the son of a former professional wrestler doesn't mean you will get signed by the largest pro wrestling company in the world. Being a former state wrestling state champion doesn't mean you will sign with them either. But being both will greatly increase your chances. As a former state wresting champion and son of a former pro, Ben Buchanan now has this chance. Buchanan has signed with WWE's Performance Center and soon will be working with WWE's development brand, NXT.
Former Bama Back Ranks No. 4 on the NFL Top 100
Yesterday, Derrick Henry was named the #4 player in NFL on this year's Top 100 Players of 2021. This list was comprised of player rankings done by players from across the league so this shows how respected he is amongst his peers. This isn't Derrick's first in the top 10 as last year he finished at #10 in the poll.
Former Bama Stars Rank Top 70 in the NFL Top 100
It's one thing to be recognized as the best by fans, its another to get that recognition by your competition. Every year the NFL Network asks players from across the league to rank their top 100 players. The network compiles the lists and turns it into great offseason content.
The History of the Alabama Slam
Pro wrestling has been considered “fake” since news broke about it being scripted and the winner is pre-determined. One thing about pro wrestling that isn’t “fake” are the moves. Despite the wrestlers being trained to protect themselves during wrestling maneuvers, they still feel the pain. One of the most painful wrestling move is the Alabama Slam also known as The Double Leg Slam, a wrestling maneuver where a wrestler grabs by both of their legs and slam them face first. This move was named to Bleacher Report’s WWE’s 50 Most Painful Wrestling Moves in History in 2011 coming in at No. 48 on the list
We’re Now Lester Cotton Days Away From Alabama Football
We’re now 66 days away from Alabama kicking off it’s season against No. 19 Miami(FL) in the Chic-Fil-A Kickoff Game on September 4th. Let’s take a look back at the career of a local legend and Alabama football great who wore the number 66.As a freshman at Alabama , Lester helped block for eventual Heisman Trophy winner and the nation’s leading rusher for that season Derrick Henry in four games. That same season, Bama go on to win the SEC and National Championship. Throughout his career at Alabama, Cotton would play both left and right guard helping open up holes for running backs such as Najee Harris, fellow Raider Joshua Jacobs, and previously mentioned Derrick Henry. Bama also won a second national championship in 2017 with the help of Cotton.
Three Bama Receivers Named Top 50 In The Last 50 Years
Last year's Heisman winner and new Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Devonta Smith landed on the list at No. 3 only behind Larry Fitzgerald and Randy Moss, two of college football's and NFL's greatest receivers. Connelly wrote that Smith had a "perfect career" at Bama winning a national title as a freshman, making one of the greatest plays in college football history and winning another as as senior along with winning the Heisman Trophy to cap off the arguably the greatest season by a Alabama player. Smith had 235 career catches, 3,965 receiving yards and 46 touchdowns.