Today is… Squirrel Appreciation Day
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Today’s Crimson Tide schedule:
Crimson Tide Results:
- Gymnastics: No. 2 Florida, 197.325| #11 Alabama, 196.450
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- Athletics / cross-country skiing:
- Alabama Athletics broke nine meeting records, two by juniors alone, at the Samford Invitational in Birmingham on Friday.
- Brown’s record-breaking performance in the women’s 60-meter final propelled the Milwaukee, Wisconsin native to eighth place all-time in the history of the Alabama women’s program.
- Overall, the Crimson Tide had 29 top five finishes from 17 events. Alabama also won 15 events total, with the women’s program securing nine and the men’s team bringing home six.
Information courtesy of UA Athletics.
- Swimming and diving:
- Men: No. 9 Auburn, 184| No. 14 Alabama, 116
- Women: No. 6 Alabama, 155| No. 19 Auburn, 145
Countdown to Crimson Tide 2023 Season Opener:
Did you notice?
- In his first game since Dec. 18, Golden State Warriors forward and former Alabama star JaMychal Green finished with 13 points and eight rebounds in 16 minutes against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
- Even with a minute limit, it didn’t stop former Alabama guard Herbert Jones from making plays like this:
- Former Alabama linebacker DeMeco Ryans has completed an interview to become the Houston Texans’ next head coach. Ryans has been the defensive coordinator for the San Francisco 49ers for the past two seasons. He played for the Texans from 2006 to 2011.
On this day in the history of the Crimson Tide:
January 21, 1961: Phil Cutchin was promoted to assistant head coach, filling the position held during the 1960 season by Jerry Claiborne, who was hired as head coach at Virginia Tech.
January 21, 2012: Rain and storms didn’t stop an estimated 32,000 fans from attending the 2011 Crimson Tide national championship celebration at Bryant-Denny Stadium. It was also after the deadly tornadoes that hit the state and devastated parts of Tuscaloosa and Birmingham on April 27.
Crimson Tide Quote of the Day:
“We went through a lot last year, from the tornado, the loss of a teammate and the loss of a teammate loved one, it was big for us. We had to bring it back to Tuscaloosa and give the city some hope back.” — Alabama running back Trent Richardson at the national championship celebration for the 2011 Crimson Tide.
We leave you with this:
Enjoy this throwback to former Alabama golfers Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth.