Today is … National Make A Difference Day
Today’s Crimson Tide schedule
No games scheduled
Crimson Tide results
- Men's Golf: The Crimson Tide carded three consecutive rounds below par and finished with a team score of 18-under par 834 (279-278-277) to place ninth overall at the Vanderbilt Legends Collegiate. The Crimson Tide ended the three-day, 54-hole event by recording a 7-under par 277 during Tuesday’s final round, which was the lowest single-day score across UA’s two tournaments this fall.
Bama Central Headlines …
- Alabama Players Excited About Opportunity to Vote in Next Week's Election
- Ronnie Harrison is the Bama Central Crimson Tide Pro Athlete of the Week
- Alabama Crimson Tide Top 5 in the NFL: Eddie Jackson Tops a Rough Weekend
- Slade Bolden Ready to Pick Up Where Jaylen Waddle Left Off: "He's Just Getting Started"
- Crimson Tikes: The Long Ashe Club
- Practice Report: Alabama Prepares for Air-Raid Against Mississippi State
- In case you missed it: 2022 DE Jeremiah Alexander De-Commits From Alabama
Did you notice?
- The Washington Football Team gave safety Landon Collins their well-wishes following the news that his torn Achilles tendon will require surgery and he will be out for the remainder of the 2020 season:
- Alabama football released the latest edition of its Season Stories series, this time highlighting its 48-17 victory over Tennessee:
- Alabama 2021 defensive tackle commit Anquin Barnes reminded everyone of his size and his commitment to the Crimson Tide:
On this date in Crimson Tide history:
October 28, 1987: Javier Arenas was born in Tampa, Fla.
October 28, 1989: Big Thomas Rayam blocked Ray Tarasi's field-goal attempt with :13 remaining to give Alabama a 17-16 win over Penn State at University Park. The Lions were inches away from the goal line when Joe Paterno opted to go with what appeared to be a cinch field goal. The victory became known in Alabama football folklore as "Desperation Block." – Bryant Museum
Crimson Tide quote of the day:
“To play the defense that he runs you've got to have studs. The defense before was good, but they weren't built for the defense he runs. You give him time and they're going to be studs.” – Former Alabama player Jarret Johnson in 2008.