Today is... National Nurses Day
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Did you notice?
- Alabama football's Mac Jones and Alabama softball's Kaylee Tow won the 2021 Paul W. Bryant Scholar-Athlete Award, which honors the Crimson Tide's top male and female student-athlete.
- Yep, that's pretty good.
- Washington defensive back Landon Collins is rehabbing quite nicely from his torn Achilles that was injured six months ago.
- Freshman sprinter Mason Phillips signing with Alabama track and field:
- From the looks of it, Nick Saban enjoyed his round of golf at the Regions Tradition Pro-Am with Ernie Els:
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On this date in Crimson Tide history:
May 6, 1958: Don McNeal was born in Atmore, Ala. He was an All-American defensive back on the 1979 national championship team, who ended up playing in two Super Bowls with the Miami Dolphins.
May 6, 1963: After the multi-million dollar lawsuits by coaches Paul W. “Bear” Bryant and Wally Butts, Curtis Publishing, which owned The Saturday Evening Post, released figures it lost $19 million that year.
Crimson Tide quote of the day
May 6: “He was the kind of player Coach Bryant loved because he was first class,” — Jeremiah Castille on Don McNeal