Does anyone remember the decision for Alabama to switch to the script A in the early 90s? I was wondering the thought process, public discourse involved. Thanks
Michael Kessens, who ended his freshman year at Longwood University with a 36-point, 16-rebound performance against VMI, is transferring to Alabama.http://www.al.com/alabamabasketball/index.ssf/2013/05/forward_michael_kessens_is_tra.html/a>
University of Alabama center Moussa Gueye is planning to transfer and play his final season elsewhere. The 7-foot center attended the UA basketball banquet on Tuesday night, where he was introduced as an "academic senior." Gueye is on track to graduate and could be immediately eligible next season.http://www.tuscaloosanews.com/article/20130410/news/130419998
"The thing I love the most is their academics. They have it set up to get your degree in three years. Half of the team in the bowl game had their degree already. It's a championship team with a lot of those guys having their degree. It's saying something."New Tide commit Eddie Jackson. Don't be shy sharing this with all those that dismiss the commitment to education for the team.
I just got booed by Adrian Hubbard, y'all.We were in a MGT300 mass lecture, and we were discussing teams. My professor (who knows I'm in the MDB) asked me what I like about being on a giant team. I said it was nice to have the support when we were nervous in the second half on Saturday, and Adrian Hubbard literally started booing me. RUDE. But funny.