Immediately is … Nationwide Winston Churchill Day
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Immediately’s Crimson Tide Schedule
- Monitor & Subject, Cross Nation: Alabama at Crimson Tide Invite, Tuscaloosa, Ala., All Day, Watch/Stay Stats
- Baseball: Alabama at Texas A&M, School Station, TX., Watch/Pay attention
Crimson Tide Outcomes
Ladies’s Tennis: Alabama fell to No. 3 Georgia, 4-0, in a midweek match in Athens, Ga., transferring to 12-10 on the season. The Crimson Tide was forward within the second units at No. 3, No. 4, and No. 5 singles earlier than Georgia earned its fourth and ultimate level to say the win.
Monitor & Subject, Cross Nation: Senior Jake Spotswood had a powerful exhibiting in jumps at day one of many Crimson Tide Invite, ending the day in second place of the decathlon occasion. He posted prime marks within the lengthy leap (7.08m) and excessive leap (1.99m) to shut with 3779 factors, trailing chief Chandler Mixon of Louisiana by 20 factors.
Did you discover?
- For the reason that NFL is predicted to undertake a brand new uniform rule, receiver Jerry Jeudy is tempted by the return to the No. 4 jersey he wore for the Crimson Tide.
- Nike signed Jaylen Waddle to deal yesterday, welcoming him was members of the swoosh, Derrick Henry and Amari Cooper.
- Deservedly so, Alabama gymnastics coaches had been reward for its success through the 2020-21 season because the Crimson Tide prepares for NCAA Championships.
Countdown to the Crimson Tide’s 2021 opener:
On this date in Crimson Tide historical past:
April 9, 1985: David Robertson was born in Birmingham.
April 9, 1988: A crowd of 51,117 turned out for the annual Crimson-White sport, held this yr at Birmingham’s Legion Subject resulting from development at Bryant-Denny. Quarterback Vince Sutton was chosen as MVP because the White received 28-16.
Crimson Tide quote(s) of the day:
April 9: “I performed sports activities for 60 years, and I feel I’m professional at it, I do know folks and I do know skill. Coaches are like athletes, and there are only a few like in baseball who can run, can throw, can hit. Some can hit, some can’t throw or do various things. It’s the identical with coaches, there are some who’re the elite, the Mickey Mantles, there’s ranges. … Saban’s he’s phenomenal. He’s that prime echelon.” – Former Alabama basketball and baseball star Jack Kubiszyn (1956-58)