In a few weeks, the Tide women’s basketball team will host the SEC champion Alabama Crimson Tide at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
The game will be televised by ESPN and will be broadcast on ESPN2.
The Tide women have been on a tear lately, scoring 50 points against Tennessee and Florida State, as well as going on a nine-game win streak, which will end this week with a victory against the No. 13-ranked Georgia Bulldogs.
It will be a tough test for Alabama, which has won five straight SEC games, but it could be a very good time to check out the women’s publications of Alabama.
We know the Tide have been a consistent winner in the SEC and it would be great to have the Tide as a sponsor.
We look forward to having them in the next chapter of the Tide family of brands.
It’s not easy being the No, 10 team in the country in the polls.
There’s a lot of pressure, but you’ve got to do it.
We have to get better.
You can’t have a guy like [Randy] Stewart, who’s a two-time national champion, and not have him in your lineup.
It’s just a matter of putting a lot on the line every day.
We’ll see where it takes us.
It was a little surprising that Alabama had not been a sponsor since the beginning of the season.
It was always the intention that Alabama would be a sponsor for us.
We were always a big part of the community and the football team.
But now that they’re sponsoring, I’m happy to see that they’ve given us a chance to show them some love.
They’ve done that.
It feels good.
I’m sure the community is going to support them in that way.
We have a lot to be proud of this year, but at the same time, we’re still in the first week of preseason and we’re trying to get to the best possible level.
I hope we can keep our head down and keep working hard.
We’ve got a great team, and I think we’re going to be good.
Alabama’s women’s sports teams have won three national championships since 2007, including a triple crown last year, and the Tide will be looking to do the same this season.
The Tide women also have the nation’s No. 1 defense and No. 3 offense.
They have the No to play at Georgia, No. 10 to play No. 5 LSU, and No 7 to play Florida.
Alabama has been a perennial powerhouse since the early 1900s, but the Tide has not reached the national title game since 2007.
This year, the women are coming off a seven-game winning streak and they are in the midst of a three-game stretch against No. 6 Alabama.
Alabama has the No 6 ranked team in America, but Alabama is not ranked in the top 20 nationally.
The Crimson Tide will look to stay in contention for a fifth straight SEC title.
The Crimson Tide women will look for their first conference championship since 2010.
Alabama is 2-0 against teams that are ranked higher than it is this season, with its most recent victory over a ranked team coming over a No. 17 ranked team.
The Tigers are 2-1 against teams ranked in last place, including defeating a No 2 ranked team by 23 points.
The No. 4-ranked Crimson Tide is undefeated in its last three games.
The 2017 Crimson Tide men’s basketball squad is coming off their fifth straight win, which was its most consecutive victories in the last six years.
The team is undefeated since it became a member of the SEC in 2015, and it will look back on a stretch where the team was ranked No. 9 in the nation.
The last time the team reached the NCAA Tournament was in 2018.
The 2018 Crimson Tide football team is coming out of a bye week, but will be competing for its second SEC title since the 2013-14 season.
There is a good chance the Tide can win the SEC title, but there will be plenty of pressure on the quarterback position this season as well.
The depth at the position is not ideal, but this will be Alabama’s second straight SEC Championship.
The last time Alabama beat a ranked opponent in the conference championship was in 2010, when it defeated No. 7-ranked LSU in Baton Rouge.
The Tiger’s next opponent is the No 10-ranked Alabama Crimson Tigers.
The rivalry game was played in Birmingham, Ala., where Alabama defeated the Tigers by 31 points.
The most recent rivalry game between the Crimson Tide and No