Today is… Black Friday. It’s also National Flossing Day
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Today’s Crimson Tide schedule
Volleyball: Tennessee in Alabama, 5 p.m. CT, live video, live stats
Soccer, NCAA Tournament Regional Final: Duke in Alabama, 6 p.m. ESPN+, live video, live stats
Men’s Basketball: No. 18 Alabama vs. No. 20 Connecticut; Phil Knight Invitation; Portland, Ore.; 21 clock; ESPN, Live Audio, Live Stats
Crimson Tide Results:
Men’s Basketball at Phil Knight Invitational: #18 Alabama 81, #12 Michigan State 70
Did you notice?
- Mac Jones threw for 382 yards and two touchdowns in a 33-26 loss to the Minnesota Vikings Thursday night. The 382 yards was a season-high for the former Alabama quarterback.
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- The Detroit Lions have brought in former Alabama offensive lineman Ross Pierschbacher from the practice squad.
On this date in the history of the Crimson Tide:
November 25, 1925: After leading Alabama to an undefeated regular season, quarterback Pooley Hubert was named Southern Conference MVP.
Nov. 25, 1998: Jahvon Quinerly was born in Hackensack, New Jersey
November 25, 2013: Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron appeared on the cover of sports illustrated. Editor-in-Chief L. Jon Wertheim wrote: “By conventional standards, McCarron isn’t going to raise eyebrows. He won’t often throw 300 yards, like, for example [Johnny] Manziel, Marcus Mariota of Oregon, and Teddy Bridgewater of Louisville. He’s not a double threat. On the other hand, if you want to make an argument for McCarron, you could do worse than start here: he has as many national championships as losses.”
November 25, 2017: Although Alabama had to play the last 10 minutes with just three players, Collin Sexton scored 40 points and narrowly held the game in an 89-84 loss to No. 14 Minnesota at the Barclays Center Classic in New York. When a near-fight broke out in the game, scores of Alabama players left the bench and were automatically ejected.
Crimson Tide Quote of the Day:
“Of course I’d love to beat Notre Dame, don’t get me wrong. But nothing beats Cow College across the state.” —Paul W. “Bear” Bryant
We leave you with that…
He did this before taking his first snap in the NFL:
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