Here is the latest Alabama sports news from The Associated Press
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs is adamant that the football program and overall department will rebound from a rough year and that he'll be around to enjoy the resurgence. Jacobs spoke to reporters after addressing Auburn's Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday. The program is coming off historically bad seasons in football and men's basketball.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — A Tuscaloosa County judge is ordering the University of Alabama's counseling center to turn over records sought by the daughter of Alabama football coach Nick Saban in a lawsuit. A judge says the counseling service must release information about Sarah Grimes, who sued Kristen Saban last year over a fight.
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — The LPGA Tour will have two tournaments in Alabama again starting in 2014. The tour announced Tuesday that the Alabama LPGA Classic will return to the schedule next year, held on part of the Robert Trent Jones Trail. LPGA Commissioner Michael Whan also says the tour has renewed its deal with the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic, which starts this week.
PHOENIX (AP) — Patrick Corbin allowed three hits in seven innings and the Arizona Diamondbacks turned an infield double into two runs to beat the Atlanta Braves 2-0 Tuesday night. Corbin worked around five walks by inducing three double plays and struck out five to win his career-high sixth straight game.