TIDE REPORT: News About The Alabama Crimson Tide

Oct 10, 2015; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide mascot Big Al celebrates a score against the Arkansas Razorbacks at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Alabama defeated Arkansas 27-14. Mandatory Credit: Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 10, 2015; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide mascot Big Al celebrates a score against the Arkansas Razorbacks at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Alabama defeated Arkansas 27-14. Mandatory Credit: Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports /
facebooktwitterreddit

It’s time for another edition of the Tide Report, to help you get caught up on the major news stories of the day concerning the Crimson Tide.

ICYMI: Richie Petitbon Tears ACL In Saturday’s Scrimmage

Alabama RB Bo Scarbrough proving the attention is warranted (Al.com)

"“I certainly think he’s capable of doing all the things that we need him to do,” Saban said. “I think part of it is confidence, knowledge, experience. Having confidence in what he’s supposed to do, how he’s supposed to do it, why it’s important to do it that way. I think when he understands that he plays fast and he’s very effective. So those are the kinds of things that we can improve on.”"

In the above article from Al.com, they quoted as saying that there are somethings that Scarbrough can do really well, but still some things that needs to be improved. No one should have expected him to immediately show that he is the Derrick Henry, Jr. and ready to go. Most of the backs need some time to acclimate to the different things they will have to perform. And I am reminding you again, don’t forget about Damien Harris. There is still a long time until football season.

More from Bama Hammer

Why This Alabama Football Dynasty is the Greatest Ever (Bama Hammer)

I had to include this one from our own Brad Kanning that he published yesterday. Please take the time to read through the examples and see if you agree with his assessment that this current Alabama dynasty is the greatest ever. He deserves a hat tip for this one. Great writer and we are glad to have him on Bama Hammer.

Where Alabama stands halfway through spring practice (ESPN)

If you click that above link, it will take you to three sports on some of the offensive and defensive players stand as well as a tidbit about Nick Saban being happy.

Alabama Softball Wins Program’s 1000th Game (Bama Hammer)

Coach Patrick Murphy and the ladies with Alabama softball picked up the program’s 1000th game on Tuesday.

Also in action, the Alabama baseball team took both contests in a doubleheader in Tuscaloosa on Tuesday as well. The Crimson Tide scored eight runs in each contest, shutting out the visiting team from Alcorn State in the nightcap game but giving up five runs to them during the opening game.

More crimson tide: Why This Alabama Football Dynasty is the Greatest Ever

We will post a full recap later today after this one. Remember, when you are running your errands or even at work, be sure to give someone a “Roll Tide!”