Saturday, May 25, 2013
Alabama News Network Sports
Kyle Busch Wins Nationwide Race At Charlotte
Kyle Busch dominated at Charlotte Motor Speedway again Saturday, racing to his sixth Nationwide Series victory of the season and record seventh career win at the track.
LSU Advances To SEC Title Game, 3-1 Over Arkansas
Hunter Newman and four LSU relievers combined on a one-hitter to lead the Tigers to a 3-1 victory over Arkansas Saturday to advance into the Southeastern Conference tournament championship game.
LSU Rallies For 3-2 Win Over Alabama
Tyler Moore and Ty Ross had run-scoring hits with two outs in the ninth to lead LSU to a 3-2 victory over Alabama Friday in a Southeastern Conference tournament elimination game.
Alabama advances in SEC Tournament with 10-inning win over Ole Miss
After falling behind early, Alabama (34-25) came back to win a 10-inning thriller over Ole Miss (37-22) Thursday at the SEC Tournament in Hoover.
Vanderbilt, LSU Headline Expanded SEC Tournament
Vanderbilt and LSU are the favorites to win this week's Southeastern Conference tournament after mowing through regular-season play with uncommon ease.
Alabama's Grant Promotes Pettway, Brannen
Alabama basketball coach Anthony Grant has promoted Antoine Pettway to assistant coach and elevated John Brannen to associate head coach.
Alabama, Auburn To Square Off In SEC Tournament
With the completion of the SEC Baseball Regular Season, seedings have been announced for the upcoming SEC Tournament in Hoover, AL.
Nick Saban To Enter State Hall of Fame
Nick Saban's scowling face now greets fans coming into the state of Alabama Sports Hall of Fame and a box of his cherished oatmeal cream pies rests at his feet.
LPGA Returns To Prattville In 2014
The LPGA Tour will have two tournaments in Alabama again starting in 2014.
Jacobs will remain as Auburn's AD as Gogue receives athletics evaluation
Auburn president Jay Gogue addressed the Auburn Family in a letter, in which he says the program will move forward with Jay Jacobs remaining as the athletic director.