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Florida 71, Alabama 53: Is anyone going to pay a price for unacceptable effort?

By Chris DePew TideFans.com Staff Feb. 16, 2019 Alabama got snared in Florida’s ruthless defense and grinding pace from the opening tip as the Crimson Tide absorbed a disheartening 71-53 loss at Coleman Coliseum. What did we learn today?: Bama may have already passed its peak this season, and if so the peak was less […]

Grinding Gators will test Alabama’s shot discipline

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Grinding Gators will test Alabama’s shot discipline

Will Bama lose patience fighting through the Gators defense? Florida is one of the country’s stingiest teams, allowing just 63.5 points per game, and plays at a maddeningly slow pace.

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Mississippi State 81, Alabama 62: Bulldogs run Bama ragged thanks to turnovers

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Mississippi State 81, Alabama 62: Bulldogs run Bama ragged thanks to turnovers

Alabama allowed 28 points off of 18 turnovers and never had the lead in a humbling 81-62 loss at Mississippi State.

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Alabama 77, Vanderbilt 67: Crimson Tide goes cold late but avoids another collapse

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Alabama 77, Vanderbilt 67: Crimson Tide goes cold late but avoids another collapse

Alabama built a 19-point lead and needed most of it to survive a brutal second-half drought and outlast Vanderbilt 77-67 for just the second Crimson Tide win since 1990 at Memorial Gymnasium.

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Donta Hall needs to be the antidote to any Memorial Magic

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Donta Hall needs to be the antidote to any Memorial Magic

t had been quite a while since Hall wasn’t a factor in the scoring column, but that’s what happened against Georgia, with foul trouble limiting him to three points in 18 minutes.

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Recruiting 2019: Tide takes top spot again, almost sets record

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Recruiting 2019: Tide takes top spot again, almost sets record

Alabama’s setback in the national championship game did not carry over to its 2019 recruiting class. Signing 27 players between the early and late signing periods, Alabama claimed the top spot in the 2019 TideFans.com/NARCAS recruiting rankings, narrowly edging out Georgia in the process.

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Alabama 89, Georgia 74: Kira Lewis scorches depleted Dawgs

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Alabama 89, Georgia 74: Kira Lewis scorches depleted Dawgs

Alabama shot nearly 57 percent from the floor and turned a tight game into a second-half rout at Coleman Coliseum, dispatching the Georgia Bulldogs 89-74.

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Slumping Georgia presents Ingram, Tide with opportunity to reset

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Slumping Georgia presents Ingram, Tide with opportunity to reset

If Dazon Ingram is still in the starting lineup after yet another clunker of a performance in the blowout loss to Auburn, it’s probably a combination of superstitious belief that John Petty is better coming off the bench and lack of viable options otherwise.

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Auburn 84, Alabama 63: Latest trip to the Plains a revolting rerun

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Auburn 84, Alabama 63: Latest trip to the Plains a revolting rerun

Alabama surrendered 30 points off 21 turnovers Saturday night as the Crimson Tide wilted once again at Auburn Arena, falling 84-63 to the Tigers.

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Alabama 83, Mississippi State 79: Crimson Tide uses inner strength to lock down win

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Alabama 83, Mississippi State 79: Crimson Tide uses inner strength to lock down win

Alabama got outrebounded for a second consecutive game, missed all but one 3-point attempt and shot just 61 percent from the foul line but somehow the Crimson Tide found a way to hold off No. 22 Mississippi State 83-79 at Coleman Coliseum.

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