Roll Call of the Crimson Tide: January 8, 2022

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  • Today’s Crimson Tide Schedule

    Men’s basketball: No.15 from Alabama to Missouri, Columbia, Mo., 2:30 p.m. CT, SEC Network, live video, live audio, live stats

    Results of the Crimson Tide

    No scheduled games.

    Have you noticed

    • Alabama LHP baseball Jake Leger, who will debut on the mound this spring after spending his first two seasons at Iowa Western Community College, took a few reps on Friday:
    • Josh Primo got his first career NBA start on Friday night with the San Antonio Spurs. Primo, 19, is also the youngest player in Spurs franchise history to start a game:
    • Alex Watkins, who was in Nick Saban’s first signing class in Alabama in 2007, has been hired as the Florida Gators’ strength and conditioning assistant:
    • Patrick Surtain II has been moved to the Denver Broncos IR while Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has been moved from the training roster:
    • And Najee Harris built a snowman:

    On this date in Crimson Tide history

    January 8, 1988: Homer Smith, Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator and former Pacific and Army head coach, has been named the Crimson Tide offensive coach.

    January 8, 2018: Freshman QB Tua Tagovailoa came off the bench to trigger a second-half comeback and threw a 41-yard touchdown to first-year receiver DeVonta Smith to give Alabama a 26-23 overtime win over Georgia at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Tagovailoa took a sack on Alabama’s first play in overtime, dropping 16 yards.

    Quote of the day on the crimson tide

    “I couldn’t believe it. There are a lot of ups and downs. Last year we lost in the last game of the game and this year we won in the last game of the game. These kids really did. reacted the right way. We said last year, ‘Don’t waste the feeling.’ They sure didn’t, the way they played tonight. ” – Nick Saban after winning his sixth national title after Alabama defeated Georgia and former assistant coach Kirby Smart.

    We’ll leave you with that …

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