Each story on National Signing Day is unique. And even though Jonathan Guerry, Josh Ferguson, and Tamicdrius Davis took different paths to realize their dreams Wednesday, each started out with at least a little doubt that they would be able to continue their football careers in college.
The University of Alabama men’s basketball team may have to stay in a zone. It wasn’t a hot offense but the team’s defense that Alabama interim head coach Philip Pearson said helped his team get its latest victory, a 75-70 decision against Georgia.
STARKVILLE — One step is all Alexis Rack needs to change a game. For most players, that step would take them closer to the basket But Rack’s most dangerous step might be in reverse. How can one step mean so much?
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Every National Signing Day announcement didn’t go his way, but when the sun had set, University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban had reeled in another top 5 recruiting class. “It’s a great blend of good athletes, some size players, and some guys who meet a need for us in the future,” Saban. “I thought it was really important we get some big players with long arms.”
STARKVILLE — One of the goals for new Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen with his first recruiting class was to get the best players possible to run his spread offense. After announcing 19 signees Wednesday to join the eight newcomers who enrolled at mid-term, Mullen believes he and his coaches accomplished their mission.
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