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Crimson Tide Roll Call: November 28, 2021

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Today’s Crimson Tide Schedule

  • Men's Basketball: No. 10 Alabama vs Miami (ESPN Events Invitational), Orlando, Fla., 5:30 p.m. CT, ESPNU, Live Audio, Live Stats
  • Women's Basketball: Alabama vs Bethune-Cookman, Tuscaloosa, Ala., 1 p.m. CT, SEC Network, Live Audio, Live Stats

Crimson Tide Results

  • Volleyball: Ole Miss 3, Alabama 0

Did You Notice?

  • Nick Saban celebrated with his wife, Terry, after Alabama's thrilling 24-22 4OT comeback victory against Auburn:
  • Alabama men's basketball celebrated the victory from Orlando as it awaits its final game in the ESPN Events Invitational:
  • Women's basketball also celebrated the Crimson Tide's Iron Bowl victory:
  • Eli Gold had not one, but two incredible calls to end regulation and the fourth overtime period in the game:

On This Date in Crimson Tide History:

November 28, 1965: Softball coach Patrick Murphy was born in Waterloo, Iowa.

November 28, 1981: Win No. 315 for Paul W. “Bear” Bryant does not come easily as the Crimson Tide had to rally behind Walter Lewis and Linnie Patrick to a 28-17 win over Auburn at Legion Field. With the victory, the coach tops Almos Alonzo Stagg for most wins in college football history.

Crimson Tide Quote of the Day:

"’Bout all I did was stick with it." — Paul W. “Bear” Bryant on notching win No. 315 on this date in 1981.

We’ll leave you with this …