“I believe we should compete for championships in men’s basketball. It’s time for somebody else to have a turn. We need to find somebody to come in here and take what we have here now and put some more in and compete for SEC titles:” Auburn AD Jay Jacobs
Missing Piedmont man found safe Freddie Perry called Piedmont police midday Tuesday from a road in Mississippi, chief Steve Tidwell said. According to the chief, Perry’s car had gotten stuck in the mud.
Saban says he didn't have a hand in proposed slow-down rule Just before taking the podium to speak to the Georgia Minority Coaches Association at Columbus State on Friday night, the Alabama coach offered his thoughts on the NCAA’s rule proposal that would penalize offenses for snapping the ball within the first 10 seconds of the 40-second play clock.
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Sacred Heart downed Ragland 66-55 in the Northeast Regional boys finals to advance to the Class 1A Final Four for the first time in school history. They will face top-ranked St. Jude on Tuesday at 1:30 at Birmingham’s BJCC Arena.
Mountain Brook (32-3) will return to Birmingham to defend its 2013 state title. The Spartans will play the Carver-Central Phenix City winner Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the BJCC Arena. Grissom finished. 23-12.
Guntersville (24-7) will play the Madison County-Hokes Bluff winner Saturday at 5:20 p.m. in Jacksonville State University's Pete Mathews Coliseum. Anniston carried a nine-game winning streak into the regional but finished its season at 21-7.
Since the season began, Anniston coach Eddie Bullock has preached the fundamentals of defense over offense. Throughout the Lady Bulldogs’ 52-22 Northeast Regional Class 4A semifinal victory over Randolph, Bullock’s players displayed a great understanding of his philosophy.