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Instant Analysis: No. 1 Alabama 63, Southern Miss 14

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama football took care of business on Saturday night, grounding the Golden Eagles of Southern Miss 63-14. Quarterback Bryce Young had another solid outing, completing 20-of-22 passes for 313 yards and five touchdowns. He also threw the first interception of his career. “I am really pleased with...
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Everything Nick Saban said after Alabama's win over Southern Miss

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Top-ranked Alabama defeated Southern Miss, 63-14, Saturday. Shortly after the Crimson Tide’s home game at Bryant-Denny Stadium, head coach Nick Saban spoke to reporters. Below is everything Saban said after Alabama advanced to 4-0 on the year. “I was really pleased with the intensity that our players...
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rolltide.com

Football vs. Southern Miss Postgame Quotes

"I am really pleased with the intensity that our players played with tonight. That's one of the things we have been harping on. Maintaining intensity for 60 minutes in a game. I thought we had good energy. I thought we played with good intensity throughout the game. We made a lot of great plays in the game. We made a lot of very good plays in the game. Obviously there are always things that you want to improve on and things that we need to work on and we will go to work on that.
COLLEGE SPORTS
Yellowhammer News

University of Alabama welcomes record numbers of freshmen, graduate students

The freshman class this fall at the University of Alabama is the largest ever to enroll, and includes a record number of National Merit Scholars, one indication of the academic quality of students. There is also a record number of graduate students enrolled this fall as part of the university’s...
COLLEGES
Popculture

Conference USA Player Arrested, Allegedly Choked Girlfriend

A Conference USA football player was recently arrested for a misdemeanor violence charge. According to AL.com. Tylan Jones, 21, a defensive lineman for the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) was booked into the Blount County Jail earlier this month on a charge of third-degree domestic violence. The report from the Blount County Sheriff's Office states that Jones is accused of multiple acts of violence against his now ex-girlfriend, a 21-year-old woman from Blount County.
FOOTBALL
rolltide.com

Mack, Moresco Finish in Top 10, Crimson Tide Garners Second Place at Mason Rudolph Championship

FRANKLIN, Tenn. – The University of Alabama women's golf team concluded the final round at the Mason Rudolph Championship at the Vanderbilt Legends Club (North Course) in Franklin, Tenn. Sunday, finishing the second tournament of the season as runner ups on a 12-under-par 852 tournament total. It marks the program's lowest team score of the regular season since recording a 45-under-par 807 at the Schooner Fall Classic Sept. 28-30, 2018.
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Salisbury Post

Faith Briefs: St. Luke’s Episcopal bids farewell to music director

Matthew Woods, director of music ministries at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, will lead his final liturgy at the downtown church today. Woods is departing St. Luke’s for a new post at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Laurel, Mississippi. Woods has been organist and choir director at St. Luke’s for nearly...
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Yellowhammer News

Alabama woodcutter’s art caught NFL star Derrick Henry’s eye on Twitter

Nick Garrett spent a recent weekend using his scroll saw to craft a wood 3D jersey of All-Pro NFL running back Derrick Henry, one of his favorite football players while Garrett attended the University of Alabama, and his favorite NFL player. Garrett, a distribution engineer at Alabama Power, planned to hang the jersey in his man cave.
NFL
Tuscaloosa News

Water tower on University of Alabama campus rising on Campus Drive West

A water tower is rising in Tuscaloosa on Campus Drive West at the intersection with Riverside Drive at the University of Alabama. Early drawings made the tank appear to be shaped like a football, but the actual tank is more of a traditional sphere, within viewing distance of fans outside Bryant-Denny Stadium, home of the Crimson Tide football team.
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US News and World Report

Alabama City's Planning Commission OKs Renaming Street

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A city planning commission in Alabama's capital city has unanimously passed a recommendation to rename one of its streets for a civil rights lawyer. The recommendation to rename Jeff Davis Avenue to Fred D. Gray Avenue was passed Thursday during a City of Montgomery Planning Commission meeting, WSFA-TV reported.
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Star News Online

Join Brunswick Civil War Round Table, discuss Abraham Lincoln's religion

During Abraham Lincoln’s lifetime, and ever since, there has been much speculation and often sharp disagreement about his religious beliefs among scholars and the public. Join historian and author George C. Rable as he discusses this intriguing and rarely discussed subject at the Brunswick Civil War Round Table meeting. Rable's talk is “Believer, Skeptic, or Something Else? The Elusive Mr. Lincoln.” The in-person meeting will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5 at the Hatch Auditorium on Caswell Beach. Registration and refreshments begin at 6:15 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. The visitor fee is $10, which can include a spouse, and could be applied toward the $25 annual membership dues.
RELIGION
Birmingham Star

DeVonta Smith vs. Trevon Diggs: From the practice field to prime time

They went against each other in practice at the University of Alabama, one-on-one battles that in many instances were more competitive than gamedays. In those sessions, wide receiver DeVonta Smith and cornerback Trevon Diggs pushed each other, sharpened each other's games, and knew that rep after rep would be a battle.
NFL
Gadsden Times

T.J. Bunn Jr. settles Megan Rondini lawsuit days before trial set to begin

Days before a trial was set to begin, a prominent Tuscaloosa businessman settled a wrongful death lawsuit filed against him in the death of a University of Alabama student. Michael and Cindy Rondini, parents of Megan Rondini, sued T.J. Bunn Jr. in 2017, alleging he contributed to their daughter's suicide eight months after she reported she was raped by Bunn in July 2015.
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