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July 28, 2015
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The National Woman Athlete of the Year and NCAA Division I Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior, Alabama gymnast Kim Jacob . . .
University of Alabama

The Tide also travels to Hattiesburg, Mississippi, to complete the back end of a home-and-home series with Southern Miss . . .
Decatur Daily

The Tide will play at Dayton Nov. 17. Alabama will host Norfolk State Jan. 2 . . .
Huntsville Times

"She comes from a very athletic family, including her father (David) who played football at Alabama for Coach Bryant. She will make our team better the next three years . . .
University of Alabama

Amari Cooper's record-setting season included 124 catches, 1,727 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns. He was valuable in every capacity . . .
ESPN

Mississippi State's run at the SEC and national titles took a major blow in Tuscaloosa . . .
Birmingham News

McNair said. "It looked like no hope for Alabama, and then Stabler looked like he was on ice skates to me. How is this guy staying on his feet? . . .
Crimson White

Braxton Blackwell, a 6-foot-8 small forward from Tennessee, named Alabama to his final six, according to Christ Presbyterian Academy head coach Drew Maddux . . .
Huntsville Times

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper is the top-rated rookie in "Madden NFL 16 . . .
Birmingham News

That's eight months away, and even then the Falcons could use their franchise tag on Jones to keep him for the 2016 season (at a cost of around $14 million) or just to extend the negotiating window . . .
Huntsville Times

Alabama and Clemson will play a home-and-home series beginning this season . . .
Huntsville Times

After rookie workouts, OTAs and minicamp, the Oakland Raiders appear to be counting on Amari Cooper to be their No. 1 wide receiver . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Between all of that, during an interview in a side room that wasn't televised on SEC Network, Saban told a really funny story about getting trolled by an old lady while on vacation this summer . . .
Fox Sports

The Tide will face off against Xavier at the Orlando Classic in November . . .
Huntsville Times

You'll hear from plenty of the stars of the SEC over the four-day event, including Alabama head coach Nick Saban, South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier, LSU running back Leonard Fournette and Florida defensive back Vernon Hargraves III . . .
Bleacher Report

"I wanted to give back to Mobile some sort of way," McCarron said of the football clinic. "I grew up here on DIP (Dauphin Island Parkway), and I wanted to do a free camp for the kids so they would come out, learn some things . . .
Birmingham News

Avery Johnson is making in-roads during his first few months on the job at Alabama . . .
Birmingham News

Selected to the All-America team in 1967, "Snake" Stabler played on Tide teams that compiled a 28-3-2 record. In 1966, he quarterbacked Alabama to a perfect 11-0 season, including a 34-7 win over Nebraska in the Orange Bowl . . .
University of Alabama

Thirty-nine players who got on the field for the Crimson Tide during the 2011 campaign are on current NFL rosters . . .
Birmingham News

Video: Alabama's new wing player converted the trick shot twice during a gym session with new teammate Retin Obasohan Friday . . .
Huntsville Times

The University of Alabama athletics department is 18th in the recently released CBS Sports Best in College Sports rankings . . .
University of Alabama

Edwards, a 6-foot-5, 210-pound wing/forward, is transferring after receiving a liberal arts degree from the University of New Mexico . . .
Florence Times-Daily

The Tide announced the addition of Edwards Tuesday . . .
Mobile Press-Register

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