Lover of all sports- Roll Tide, Who Dat, and For The A! I'm from Atlanta, but just recently started attending The University of Alabama to pursue my second degree in News Media with a minor in Sports Media. Full time workaholic that also sleeps waaay too much.
For My Pal, Luke Ratliff
Monday night, Reagan hosted a get-together at R&R Cigars to honor Luke. It was a beautiful time. An anonymous donor paid for everyone to have a Budweiser in Luke’s honor. That was his favorite beer and he took every opportunity to let you know that Budweiser really was the king of beers. …
Hope For Updated Spring Seating Capacities
With news of Texas and Mississippi lifting Covid-19 restrictions, hope is on the horizon. Alabama governor, Kay Ivey, announced she is lifting the state’s Covid-19 restrictions April 9th and does not intend on extending it beyond that date.
Tide Baseball Climbs 3 Spots In Newest Poll
After a 3-0 sweep against McNeese this past weekend, Alabama baseball has moved up 3 spots to No. 22 in Baseball America’s newest poll.
Derrick Henry Got Paid In Rings
In a hilarious clip circulating Twitter from the podcast “Bussin with the Boys” presented by Barstool Sports, hosts Will Compton and Taylor Lewan interview Henry about his career at Bama. They repeatedly ask him how much Alabama paid him to attend and they assume it was a lot of money.
Alabama Gymnastics Looks to Bounce Back
Alabama gymnastics only has one loss in the season so far, and it was a close one. The ladies latest meet in Athens, GA Friday against the Dawgs ended in a final score of 197.00 VS 197.275. This puts the team at 4-1 on the season and 2-1 on the road. Although the Tide lost, a combined team score of …
Alabama Ticket Office Surveys Season Ticket Holders for 2021
As the ever-evolving student ticket and ticket opt-in process continues on, there is optimism on the horizon. Season ticket holders for Alabama athletic programs were emailed a survey in regard to season ticket renewal for the upcoming 2021 season.
The University of Alabama Has An Opt-In Ticket Problem
The latest outcry is due to Alabama men’s basketball tickets. Coleman Coliseum can hold up to 15,316 people. This year, there are only 390 student tickets available per game. The breakdown for the available 390 tickets is as follows: