TideSports Cecil Hurt and Ben Jones sit down to talk about Alabama's spring football game on Saturday. Cecil and Ben discuss the quarterback play, which players stood out and what the performances mean going forward.
Ben Jones and Cecil Hurt preview Saturday's A-Day game. They discuss what to watch with the quarterbacks, receivers and secondary, linebackers and more. Tommy Deas and Aaron Suttles join in the final segment to say goodbye to Aaron Suttles.
Aaron Suttles and Ben Jones sit down midway through spring practice to review the first two weeks of practices. They discuss the prospects for the Alabama offense, injuries that have affected players in spring and more.
The TideSports staff reviews a handful of sports at Alabama. Sports editor Tommy Deas talks about the softball team, Terrin Waack updates the gymnastics team as the NCAA tournament begins, Alabama fan Roger Myers to discuss the baseball season, and intern Drew Hill reviews the end of the women's basketball season.
Aaron Suttles and Ben Jones sit down as Alabama begins spring football practice to talk about questions Alabama is facing entering the next 4 weeks. The Crimson Tide needs to find answers to questions at quarterback, in the secondary, on the offensive line, on special teams, and on the coaching staff among others.
Alabama is in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2012. Cecil Hurt and Ben Jones talk about the matchup with Virginia Tech and what helped Alabama make a run in the SEC tournament. They also give their Final Four picks.
Alabama had 14 players at the NFL combine over the weekend and a handful more working out for teams at Pro Day on Wednesday. Aaron Suttles and Ben Jones talk about which players performed well and how they might fit in the 2018 draft.
Cecil Hurt and Ben Jones talk about the All-SEC teams and Alabama's road ahead in the SEC tournament. What will it take to put Alabama in the NCAA tournament? Cecil also gives recommendations for restaurants in St. Louis.
Cecil Hurt and Ben Jones talk about Alabama basketball's 4-game slide. What would it take to get Alabama in the NCAA tournament? What are the common threads in recent losses? Is consternation with Avery Johnson justified?
Nick Saban didn't sit still after winning another national championship. Alabama hired 6 new assistants this offseason to rebuild the coaching staff. Aaron Suttles and Ben Jones talk about how those hires might help with game planning, play calling and recruiting.
Ben Jones is joined by other members of The Tuscaloosa News and TideSports.com to discuss four Alabama winter/spring sports. Sports editor Tommy Deas discusses softball in the first segment, Terrin Waack talks gymnastics in the second segment, Chandler Rome of The Anniston Star joins to break down Alabama baseball third, and Drew Hill discusses Alabama women's basketball to finish.
Hunter Johnson joins The Bama Beat to look back at the Crimson Tide's last 6 games and ahead to the final stretch of SEC play. We also talk about Lawson Schaffer and his favorite halftime entertainment.
Rodney Orr of TiderInsider.com joins Ben Jones to talk about Alabama's 2018 recruiting class. Alabama finished with a top-10 class but missed out on a handful of recruits on signing day. We talk about the top recruits for Alabama, the biggest misses, and if recruiting will be harder for Crimson Tide in years to come.
TideSports' Cecil Hurt, Tommy Deas and Ben Jones talk about the lives and careers of Nick Saban and Paul W. "Bear" Bryant in a special podcast to coincide with coverage of Saban's 6th national championship. Hurt knew Bryant and Deas grew up in Tuscaloosa when Bryant coached Alabama.
Aaron Suttles and Ben Jones talk about the 5 Alabama players at the Senior Bowl in Mobile this week. They also discuss the promotion of Mike Locksley to offensive coordinator and how continuity could help with so many players returning there.
Cecil Hurt and Ben Jones sit down to talk about Alabama basketball's season. The Crimson Tide beat Auburn on Tuesday night for a big win and are third in the SEC even with the ups and downs of the season.