Today is ... National Hammock Day
Crimson Tide in the Olympics results
Soccer: Netherlands (Merel van Dongen) 10, Zambia 3
Softball: Team USA (Haylie McClenley) 1, Canada 0
Today's Crimson Tide in the Olympics schedule
No games scheduled
BamaCentral Headlines ...
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- Nick Saban Impressed with OG Javion Cohen: "We're Very Pleased"
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Countdown to the Crimson Tide's 2021 opener:
On this date in Crimson Tide history:
July 22, 1922: Alabama’s first All-American in 1915, Bully Van de Graaf, was hired as an assistant football coach by Xen Scott. He also served as an ROTC instructor. —Bryant Museum
Crimson Tide quote of the day:
“It doesn't stand anywhere. It stands like it stands. We have two guys that are competing for the quarterback position. We're going to continue to manage those guys through fall camp. Neither guy has a tremendous amount of experience. We have a lot of faith, trust and confidence in both of their abilities. It will be interesting to see who plays better in the game, because we feel like both guys have done a really good job and both guys are talented enough to be very, very successful quarterbacks for our team.” — Saban on the quarterback competition between AJ McCarron and Phillip Sims on this day in 2011.