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A true “Auburn Man?” Bama baseball team denied access to batting facilities in Auburn

You’ve heard this one before, it’s just taken different forms. You also hear the term “A true Auburn man.” That term is loosely assigned to virtues like honesty, hardwork and honor. Well, here’s more proof that the term actually means something entirely different. A funny thing happened in Alabama baseball’s SWEEP of the Auburn Tigers […]

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What “Is” Bill Battle’s “Plan”?

Alabama Athletic Director Bill Battle has a plan. I get an email from him every week telling me so. It reads more like a report than a plan, and from the looks of things, all seems to be going pretty well in Tuscaloosa. For instance, his last email told me: Men’s Golf is currently ranked […]

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Has Gordon Gee’s bow tie cut off the oxygen to his brain? The answer is in your Sunday Cup of Coffee

So you’re Alabama’s baseball coach, Mitch Gaspard. You’re in Tallahassee at the NCAA regional. Fresh off the bone-headed move of overpitching your starter against No. 2 LSU in the SEC Tournament, you’ve made your way into a regional where your team has underachieved, to say the least. You tank the first game against Troy on […]

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Alabama baseball: Tide headed to Tallahassee for NCAA regional

Following an inspirational showing in the SEC baseball tournament, the Alabama baseball team now knows its fate in the upcoming NCAA regionals. Alabama is the #2 seed facing Troy in the Tallahassee regional. Host Florida State will play South Georgia’s Savannah State. The Tide is slated for play this Friday at 11:00am in the double-elimination […]

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