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Crimson Tide Roll Call: Saturday, November 13

Your daily briefing on what's going on with Alabama athletics, and how to watch the Crimson Tide.

Today is …

World Kindness Day.

BamaCentral Headlines

• Alabama's Offense Explodes in 104-88 Win Over South Dakota State

• BamaCentral Courtside: No. 14 Alabama 104, SDSU 88

• Nate Oats Offers Injury Update on Juwan Gary

• Live Updates: No. 14 Alabama vs. South Dakota State

• Alabama Soccer Stuns Clemson, Advances in NCAA Tournament

• All Things Bama Podcast: Why Alabama Basketball's 2022 Class Could Be Its Best Ever

• Alabama WR Xavier Williams Enters Transfer Portal

• All Things CW: An In-Depth Look at Alabama's Fumbles, Turnovers During Nick Saban Era

• Mercy Chelangat Wins Regional; Alabama Men Advance to NCAA Cross Country Meet

Read More

• Recruiting Corner: Linebacker/Defensive Line Still Points of Emphasis in Alabama Football's 2022 Class

• Crimson Tikes Guts and Glory: Crash Landing

• 2021 AHSAA Football Playoff Scores: Week 13

Today’s Schedule

• Football: New Mexico State at Alabama, 11 a.m. CT, SEC Network, Live AudioLive Stats

Crimson Tide Results

Soccer: NCAA Tournament, Alabama 1, Clemson 0 

Men's Basketball: Alabama 104, South Dakota State 88

Did You Notice?

• We're already under two months until the start of the gymnastics season. Alabama will open at Oklahoma on Jan. 9. 

• Herb Jones scored 11 points, four rebounds, one assist and two steals before fouling out as New Orleans took a 120-112 loss to Brooklyn. 

• Donta Hall still doing Donta Hall-type things in Europe: 

On This Date in Crimson Tide History:

November 13, 1937: A fourth-and-1 pass from Joe Kilgrow to Tut Warren in the fourth quarter gave Alabama a 7-0 win over Georgia Tech before an overflow crowd of 26,000 at Legion Field in Birmingham. Seniors Leroy Monsky, Kilgrow, Jim Ryba, Jim Tipton, and Johnny Roberts played their final home game as the team enhanced its chances of landing either a Rose or Sugar Bowl invitation.

Crimson Tide Quote of the Day:

“Instead of looking at the overall picture, he gives the players something they can really lash their teeth into, which allows them to play more aggressively. There are a lot of guys who can draw up defenses in the dirt and draw X’s and O’s. The question is what little things can you find to help each player play his position. That’s one thing Nick is good at.” — Dan Pees, former assistant coach for Nick Saban who was Kent State’s head coach from 1998-2003

We’ll leave you with this …