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Cristiano Ronaldo has worn these shoes and till now he is wearing them quite often; Just imagine the popularity of vapor in this prospective. The boots are so special from the cosmetic aspect as there are a huge variety of colors available. Continue reading »

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You can listen to sky sport radio and sport news now on SC. Here’s more how to use Soundcloud to listen sports radio and news The number, displayed as Soundcloud plays will indicate that your musical tracks have been heard by so many music lovers. You can also buy plays and followers, if you want your word to be heard by music lovers This whole procedure takes effort, money and time. Most individuals advertise their music on different social networking websites and also invest money in promoting advertisements that can help them promote their work. These are considered to the best source of promoting their talent; however, it is a slow procedure and can be very costly and time consuming. Continue reading »

Bama’s uphill climb ends in regional

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — In retrospect, an SEC tournament championship and an NCAA Regional berth were quality achievements for Alabama baseball in 2003.

Certainly not up to snuff by Jim Wells‘ standards, but in light of the cards dealt to this team, nothing to sneeze about.

The Crimson Tide made it to the penultimate day of the College Station NCAA Regional before the hammer fell. Alabama was sent packing by allowing 32 runs in two gruesome routs, the last a 16-8 spanking by Houston on Saturday night that finished the Tide off at 38-24.

It was only the second non-40-win season in nine years under Wells. It was the first time Alabama failed to advance to the final day of a regional in nine NCAA tournaments since 1986. Continue reading »

Hawaii game no vacation for Alabama

HONOLULU — Hawaii, the location, is considered an island paradise by most visitors.

Hawaii, the football team, isn’t as inviting to those who dare enter the Aloha State.

The Rainbow Warriors (9-2) take a nine-game winning streak at Aloha Stadium into today’s 6:45 p.m. (ESPN) game against No. 14 Alabama (9-3).

“This won’t be a day at the beach,” Alabama coach Dennis Franchione warned this week.

The Crimson Tide, denied postseason benefits by NCAA sanctions, will play its season finale at Aloha Stadium. Tide fans are also wondering if it’ll be the program’s final game for second-year coach Dennis Franchione.

Reports out of Texas claim Texas A&M will oust coach R.C. Slocum and will pursue Franchione full bore. The Alabama coach has refused to comment on the speculation, but called reports he’d be succeeding Slocum “bogus.”

Alabama is shooting for its 27th 10-win season to extend its NCAA record in that department. Continue reading »

In hindsight, Tide season was year to remember


“Its one of my favorite (teams),” Wells said after his team came up one win short fighting back following a first-round loss in the regional tournament. “You look to see if a team will max out even though as a coach you always feel you can do something better. As a team, getting the best out of each individual, it was right up there at the top.”

The Crimson Tide finished the season with a 51-15 record. It was not ranked when the season began but became a fixture in the top 10 midway through the season and stayed there. Alabama won its first 10 games, the Southeastern Conference Western Division, captured the SEC Tournament and was the national No.3 seed in the 64-team NCAA Tournament field. Continue reading »

Tide toughs it out

TUSCALOOSA — Another business-like performance pushed Alabama past Mississippi State on Saturday.

If your business is giving the refs a flag-chunking workout and having your offense and defense play two wildly contrasting halves, that is. Continue reading »

Tide struggling going into series with Auburn

he pitchers are having trouble getting people out. The batters are struggling with runners on base. The defense is playing well lately but has had its struggles this season.

Anything else you need to know about the recent play of the Alabama baseball team heading into this weekend’s series at Auburn?

“You look up and it’s Groundhog Day with Bill Murray,” said Alabama coach Continue reading »

Visit with Franchione turns up, well, nothing

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The man decked out in Texas A&M gear from the top of his head to darn near down to his toes wanted to talk a little football on Saturday afternoon.

Never mind that the calendar was one day short of reaching June. Never mind that he was sitting in the stands at the Aggies’ baseball park. And never mind that the school’s baseball team was Continue reading »

A&M assistant finds his way to Alabama

”If it wasn’t for Jack Doss, none of this would have happened,” Jackson said of the Butler High basketball coach. ”He’s the one who really gave me the start.”

While Doss gave Jackson the start, Alabama A&M coach Vann Pettaway perhaps helped Jackson save his career.

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