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Alabama Outfielder Headed to Jacksonville State

Alabama outfielder T.J. Reeves has announced via his Twitter his new baseball home after entering the transfer portal earlier this month. The Hueytown High School alum announced he will stay in the state and play his college baseball for the Jacksonville State Gamecocks in the Ohio Valley Conference. Jacksonville State...
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A Look Back at 2021 Ole Miss Baseball

The Ole Miss baseball 2021 season came to a close one game shy of making the College World Series in Omaha by tossing to Arizona in a winner-take-all Super Regional Final by the score of 16-3. Ole Miss finished with a 45-22 overall record and a mark of 18-12 in...
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2022 5-Star DE Target Moving Up Decision Date?

Jeremiah Alexander to Clemson is something that is starting to look like a very distinct possibility. The 2022 5-star defensive end from Alabama was previously committed to the Crimson Tide but decided to decommit recently and reopen his recruitment. Since the end of the dead period, Alexander has taken visits...

Recruiting heats up for state’s no. 1 prospect Jeremiah Alexander

ALABASTER, Ala. (WBRC) - It’s been 15 days since the NCAA dead period ended, and 5-star defensive end Jeremiah Alexander hasn’t wasted any time scheduling official visits. “It’s been fun going to different states and stuff like that. My first official visit was Central Florida this past weekend. It was fun getting to meet the players and stuff and meeting Coach Gus because I’ve never really talked to him before,” said Alexander.

College Football Playoff committees considering 12-team format

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The College Football Playoff (CFP) is considering an expansion from four to 12 teams. If implemented, the CFP says the four-highest ranked conference champions would be seeded one through four and each would receive a bye week during the first round. The remaining eight teams would play each other in the first round on the home field of the higher-ranked team.

Stillman’s Kelvin Reese makes mark at HBCU All-Star Game

HOOVER, Ala. – Stillman College’s Kelvin Reese was the offensive star of the show in the inaugural HBCU All-Star Game, presented by Minority Baseball Prospects Tuesday at Hoover Met Stadium. “It felt so surreal to be out here and to be able to perform to the best of my abilities...