The Alabama basketball team can look back at Wednesday's 71-61 win over LSU and see good things for the future. They were able to beat the Tigers, Bama's main division opponent, without playing their best basketball. Of course, it's easy to do that when you're hitting from outside like they were early.
Of course, when it came down to crunch time, Richard Hendrix once again showed that he's one of the strongest players in the country by taking Big Baby Davis to the hole time after time. This was a great win, and it was the perfect remedy for last week's thrashing at the hands of Arkansas (who lost at Florida, 79-72). Every SEC West team now has at least one loss, so we'll go ahead and start the season over now. Bama doesn't play again until next Wednesday at Vanderbilt, so hopefully by then, Ronald Steele should be back to around 90%. We hope.
Of course, leave it up to the football coach to be the star of a top 20 SEC basketball game. haha. Saban's introduction was absolutely ecstatic, from what I understand.