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Crimson Tide call: Sunday, October 31, 2021

Today it’s…

Nick Saban’s 70th birthday.

It is also Halloween.

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BamaCentral headlines

• Alabama celebrates “Best of the Game” as Nick Saban turns 70

• Alabama Baseball concludes its fall program with an exhibition at Ole Miss

• Alabama Game Week Scout Report: LSU Tackle Austin Deculus

Today’s Crimson Tide Schedule

• Volleyball: Georgia at Alabama, 11:00 a.m. CT, SEC Network, Live statistics

Results of the Crimson Tide

• Volleyball: Georgia def. Alabama 28-30, 25-18, 25-22, 25-20

Countdown to the opening of the 2021-22 Crimson Tide basketball season

9 days

Have you noticed

• Wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) was activated out of the Broncos’ injury reserve, and the Lions activated defensive lineman Da’Shawn Hand.

• Herb Jones scored 12 points for the second night in a row, in addition to five assists and three steals, and Kira Lewis Jr. also scored 12 for the Pelicans in a 123-117 loss to the Knicks.

• Ansley Cheshire, Ola Pitak and Petra Sedlackova all won a singles match in straight sets as the women’s tennis team wrapped up the final day of the Roberta Alison Fall Classic at Alabama Tennis Stadium.

Big Al Singles Draw

Ansley Cheshire beat. Michaela Hegarty (VT) 6-1, 6-1
Ola Pitak beat. Taylor Cataldi (WISC) 6-2, 6-2
Petra Sedlackova beat. Ava Markham (WISC) 6-4, 7-6 (2)
Emily Meyer (Memphis) defeats. Kasia Pitak 6-3, 6-3

Patti Farmer Singles Draw

Michelle Ncube (Troy) defeated. Ansley Cheshire 6-3, 6-4

Stefanie Leung Singles draw

Aino Alkio (NU) def. Anna Parkhomenko 6-4, 6-1

Jill Breslin Singles Draw

Alice Amendola (FSU) defeated. Kasia Pitak 6-2, 3-6, 10-4

Alba Cortina Pou Single Draw

Ava Markham (WISC) def. Ola Pitak 6-2, 6-4

Crimson Tide rowing completes fall program at Head of the Black Warrior River

On this date in Crimson Tide history:

October 31, 1939: Tommy Brooker was born in Demopolis, Alabama.

October 31, 1951: Nick Saban was born in Fairmont, West Virginia.

October 31, 1981: Paul W. “Bear” Bryant won his 313rd game, placing him tied with Pop Warner for second on the all-time list for major college victories. The victory was certainly not easy as Crimson Tide beat Mississippi State 13-10 in an extremely hard-hitting game played at Tuscaloosa. In total, 17 escapes occurred. Alabama lost seven fumbles and Mississippi State four. However, it was safety Tommy Wilcox’s interception in the end zone of a John Bond pass that preserved the victory. A 28-yard field goal by Terry Sanders, replacing Peter Kim who was flattened by a Bulldogs defenseman on a three-point try in the first half, turned out to be the game winner.

Quote of the day on the crimson tide:

“What can I say about Nick Saban. He’s the best coach in America.” – Former Alabama athletic director Mal Moore

We leave you with that …


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