Like there's something I should be doing. Like today, for instance. It's Wednesday, May 7th. Seems like there was something that's going on that I'm supposed to be at, but I can't remember what it is. It's really annoying the hell outta me.
Oh well. I'm sure I'll remember. I know I've got practice, but there's something else.
The Bama football team scored a 944 for their APR - which is what the NCAA uses to adjust scholarship limits, etc. It's also worth noting that not one single team from the University was below the 925 cut point. Congrats everyone - good job and keep up the good work! Read more here.
Spring football is becoming a whole new season. Just ask all the other colleges. Average attendance at SEC spring games this year was 31,000. Yeah, that's right. Boooyah. Read up on it here.
If you missed the "all access" special with Alabama on ESPN the other day, it's posted below.
COACH STALLINGS: game #4: Vanderbilt @ Alabama - Tuscaloosa, AL - 9/29/90
Coach Stallings' first win was relatively easy, and didn't seem to be too much of a problem. They started early on Vandy and didn't let up. Robert Jones had two 1-yard touchdown runs, while Gary Hollingsworth threw a 25-yard touchdown to Kevin Turner. Once the game was out of hand, Tarrant Lynch scampered 77 yards for a touchdown late in the game. Vandy was really going up against the big boys in this game. The Tide won 59-28.