The Alabama Board of Trustees met in Birmingham Friday morning to discuss Alabama basketball head coach Nate Oats’ contract, and agreed on an extension and a raise.
After the embarrassing loss to Oklahoma, coach Nate Oats said that Alabama had lost their edge, but it’s safe to say that the Crimson Tide got their edge back, dominating Vanderbilt 101-44.
In just their second game being ranked the No. 2 team in the nation, Alabama lost to Oklahoma 93-69 in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge.
In their first game as the number two ranked team in the nation, Alabama had to overcome a horrendous first half to defeat the Mississippi State Bulldogs, 66-63.
With Alabama’s win over Missouri 85-64, and Texas A&M’s loss to Kentucky Saturday, the Crimson Tide took sole possession of first place in the SEC standings.
During a Wednesday appearance on "The Next Round," former Auburn basketball star and NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley called Alabama's basketball team "the best team in the country."
Despite off-the-court distractions, Alabama was able to battle adversity and remain unblemished in SEC play, with a 78-66 win on the road against Vanderbilt.
Tuesday, more details were released in regard to the arrest of former Alabama basketball player Darius Miles. Miles was one of two men charged with capital murder of Janea Jonae Harris, 23, of Birmingham, in a deadly shooting that occurred early Sunday morning on The Strip in Tuscaloosa.
Monday afternoon, Alabama basketball head coach Nate Oats met with the media for his regularly scheduled press conference ahead of Tuesday’s game with Vanderbilt, but the coach didn’t receive a single question on the upcoming game.
The University of Alabama basketball team is back in the top five, while the Auburn basketball team continues to hang in the top 25, according to this week's Associated Press top 25 college basketball poll,
Saturday, No. 7 Alabama put together another impressive game, blowing out Kentucky 78-52 and advancing their SEC record to 3-0 for the first time since the 1986-87 season.
The University of Alabama and Auburn University basketball teams both remain in the top 25 in the country.
On Wednesday, another difficult opponent was put in front of Alabama, and once again they responded.
The state of Alabama continues to boast two of the top 25 college basketball teams, according to this week's Associated Press top 25 college basketball poll.
Tuesday Alabama welcomed back former guard Mo Williams to Coleman Coliseum, not as a former player, but as the head coach of the opposing Jackson State Tigers.
A rough week for the Yellowhammer State's top basketball teams saw both Alabama and Auburn drop in the latest Associated Press top 25 college basketball poll.
Alabama’s freshman sensation Brandon Miller did everything he could do to keep Alabama in the game, but ultimately was not enough as #15 Gonzaga defeated the #4 Crimson Tide 100-90 in the second annual C.M. Newton Classic.
Coming off a victory over the number one team in the nation on Saturday, Alabama needed a huge second half from Brandon Miller to hold on for a 91-88 victory over Memphis.
After beating No. 1 Houston on the road Saturday, their second win over a No. 1 ranked opponent this season, Alabama jumped up to No. 4 in the country, their highest ranking since 2006.
Alabama basketball is on the rise once again in this week's AP top college basketball rankings after picking up a second win over the top-ranked team in the country this week.
In what felt like a heavyweight boxing match, after taking a few punches, #8 Alabama finally delivered the knockout blow beating #1 Houston 71-65, in its first AP top 10 matchup since 2002.
The Alabama Crimson Tide continued to soar up the polls this week, moving up to No. 8 in the latest Associated Press top 25 college basketball poll.