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• The Alabama men’s golf team took a 5-1 loss to No. 22 Illinois to close out the Cypress Point Classic at Pebble Beach, Calif. The Crimson Tide finished the Ryder Cup-style tournament in sixth place. “An incredible opportunity for our guys to play at the Cypress Point Classic,” Crimson Tide coach Jay Seawell said. “Cypress Point is one of the greatest and most iconic golf clubs in all the world. For us to get a chance to play against some outstanding programs – only eight schools have a chance to play in this event and for us to be invited is an incredible honor. Our team is very thankful for this opportunity. We have a very young team and we learned a lot this week.”

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• For the first time in the history of Alabama’s Halloween-flavored intrasquad, the Ghosts and Goblins meet ended in a tie. Seniors Wynter Childers and Maddie Desch led the Ghosts while fellow senior Shea Mahoney and junior Lexi Graber led the Goblins. “I thought the energy was good, and we made some good steps,” Crimson Tide coach Dana Duckworth said in a release. “We definitely have a lot of room for improvement on landings and other things. I was really proud of four-up, four-count on balance beam. I love our dance, I think our rhythm is good and we have some big beam routines.”

• Women’s basketball senior guard Cierra Johnson was voted by coaches second-team preseason All-SEC. She was the first Crimson Tide player since Ericka Russell in 2011 to be named to the SEC preseason team.

• Senior defender Nealy Martin was named to the 2019 Southeastern Conference Community Service Team in soccer. She’s accumulated more than 215 hours volunteering and helping those in need within the local community, plus went on mission trips to Nicaragua in 2017 and Costa Rica in 2018. Martin led this week’s SAAC Halloween Extravaganza.

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• A little breaking news on Collin Sexton:

• Plus there’s this on Josh Jacobs …

• Former Alabama basketball standout Jim Farmer was among 16 men arrested and charged in a human trafficking sting in Tennessee. The former first-round NBA draft choice is accused of seeking sex from minors.

• We’ll leave you with this …

On this date in Crimson Tide history:

October 30, 1926: Fred Pickhard blocked two LSU punts, both of which were returned for touchdowns during Alabama's 24-0 shutout victory over the Tigers. All-American end Wu Winslett returned the first blocked kick 26 yards while Ben Enis picked up the second one on the 16-yard line. – Bryant Museum

Sports Illustrated Oct. 30, 1967 Tennessee Overwhelms Alabama

October 30, 1995: J.K. Scott was born in Denver, Colo.

Crimson Tide quote of the day:

Oct. 30: “I felt like I would take the field with the general, he was that type of guy to me. If I lose, it's ‘Man, Coach Saban lost.' He's that type of guy. He comes into a room and everybody's silent. He demands respect. He still reminds me of that general.” – Former LSU defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey (2004-07)