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Via DrewFranklinKSRThe Alabama Crimson Tide were defeated by the Kentucky Wildcats (77-71) today at Rupp Arena. Apparently none of the sports reporters were nice enough to give Ashley Judd (who is a huge Kentucky fan) a seat. Apparently chivalry is dead guys.This was the best picture we could find of Ashley Judd at Rupp but it was confirmed by Aaron Torres that it was in fact her. You’d think with all of the money that she has she would have floor seats or a sky box to sit in. I guess she just wants to sit with her fellow UK fans.
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Nick Saban told Alabama fans he had never coached a more determined or dedicated team than the one that just polished off its second national championship in three years.
And the clincher was praiseworthy, too.
''I've never seen a more dominant performance than what they did in the national championship game against LSU,'' Saban said to a roar from the estimated...
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Alabama Crimson Tide vs Kentucky Wildcats Odds
Kentucky looks to cover the Wildcats-Crimson Tide pointspread on Saturday and improve its overall 18-1 mark when they host Alabama in college basketball action.
The Wildcats currently sports a 18-1 record overall in NCAAB action, and have posted a corresponding betting slate...
Versatile 6-9 forward Derek Willis committed to the Kentucky Wildcats during a press conference at his school this afternoon.
This week, Kentucky battles the Crimson Tide of Alabama and I had some questions about he Tide. I went int the heart of enemy territory …. ok, I asked Tony of our fellow Fansided Network site, Bama Hammer, a few questions sto get an idea of what makes our enemy tick.
1) Let’s be honest. Who is crazier … Kentucky basketball fans or Alabama football fans? I have to say with...
Trying to predict where a college basketball player will go is a lot like reading tea leaves. It’s a shot in the dark a best but you can always say “I told you so” when you are right. And to be honest, a pot of tea leaves are about as reliable as the “sources” a lot of sites say they have to predict where a recruit is going. I remember during the Alex Poythress commitment...
Alabama gave UK all they could handle. In the end, though, Kentucky prevailed 77-71.
With Notre Dame holding off a late rally by Syracuse, that allows … [visit site to read more]
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Things to think about on the day following Alabama’s celebration of its 14th national championship and of the Crimson Tide basketball team’s losing effort at Kentucky, probably because one could take hope in the events, or see the glass as half empty.
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The No. 5 Alabama gymnastics team edged No. 9 Penn State 196.175-196.100 to take first place in Saturday's four-way meet in Rec Hall. Michigan State was third with a 192.875 while Cornell was fourth with a 188.850. It was Alabama's first road competition and boosts the Crimson Tide to 4-0 overall and 1-0 in Southeastern Conference competition.
Trevor Releford slashed between three Kentucky defenders, hit a floater and slid into the front row. No matter how hard the Alabama guard tried, the Wildcats always had an answer for him and the rest of the Crimson Tide.
Darius Miller hit four free throws in the final minute and freshmen Marquis Teague and Anthony Davis each added two more as No. 2 Kentucky held on to beat Alabama 77-71 on Saturday for its 47th straight home victory.
Alabama fans have gathered to celebrate what coach Nick Saban called a "pretty damn special" accomplishment.
For the second straight season, the Northwestern Wildcats upset the Alabama Crimson Tide in an early-season nonconference clash Friday. The 'Cats defeated No. 51 Alabama in Tuscaloosa, 4-3 behind another all-around team effort at the Roberta Alison Baumgardner Tennis Facility.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama fans have gathered to celebrate what coach Nick Saban called a "pretty damn special" accomplishment.