By Cole FrederickBy Cole Frederick

In & around SEC men’s basketball

Alabama week in review

The Crimson Tide’s loss to Georgia last Saturday served as a guide to Anthony Grant’s tenure in Tuscaloosa. Alabama was in position to win and played well enough to win but lost a close game. The Tide is likely NIT bound, and probably have been all season, but the close loss to Georgia erased all

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The Crimson Tide’s loss to Georgia last Saturday served as a guide to Anthony Grant’s tenure in Tuscaloosa. Alabama was in position to win and played well enough to win but lost a close game. The Tide is likely NIT bound, and probably have been all season, but the close loss to Georgia erased all

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Alabama week in review

The Crimson Tide’s loss to Georgia last Saturday served as a guide to Anthony Grant’s tenure in Tuscaloosa. Alabama was in position to win and played well enough to win but lost a close game. The Tide is likely NIT bound, and probably have been all season, but the close loss to Georgia erased all

Alabama week in review

The Crimson Tide’s loss to Georgia last Saturday served as a guide to Anthony Grant’s tenure in Tuscaloosa. Alabama was in position to win and played well enough to win but lost a close game. The Tide is likely NIT bound, and probably have been all season, but the close loss to Georgia erased all

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Gadsden State’s Carla Clemmons (left) goes up for a shot as Southern Union’s Asia Edwards defends basket during the Lady Cardinals’ 77-67 victory over Southern Union on Monday (Feb. 23).Gadsden State’s Carla Clemmons (left) goes up for a shot as Southern Union’s Asia Edwards defends basket during the Lady Cardinals’ 77-67 victory over Southern Union on Monday (Feb. 23).

Gadsden State tops Bison in OT on Sophomore Night

By Chris McCarthy/Editor

Playing in front of their home crowd for the final time, Gadsden State’s seven-member sophomore class left Beck Field House as winners on Monday (Feb. 23).

The Cardinals (18-11, 7-4) scored the final seven points in overtime to post a 93-88 win over Southern Union in Alabama Community College Conference action.

Gadsden State

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 Gadsden State’s Carla Clemmons (left) goes up for a shot as Southern Union’s Asia Edwards defends basket during the Lady Cardinals’ 77-67 victory over Southern Union on Monday (Feb. 23). Gadsden State’s Carla Clemmons (left) goes up for a shot as Southern Union’s Asia Edwards defends basket during the Lady Cardinals’ 77-67 victory over Southern Union on Monday (Feb. 23).

Lady Cardinals end regular season with win over Southern Union

By Chris McCarthy/Editor

Rather than discuss strategy at halftime, Gadsden State women’s basketball coach John Butts issued a challenge to his team in its final regular season game on Monday (Feb. 23).

“It wasn’t about x’s and o’s at that point; we were getting out-rebounded and out-hustled,” he said. “I told them it was unacceptable to go

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By Craig FordBy Craig Ford

State leaders must spend more time standing up for Alabama

Most Alabama politicians spent this past campaign season talking about how they were going to “stand up to Obama” and fight back against the federal government. It was ironic, given that President Obama is only going to be president for two more years, while voters were looking to elect candidates who would serve for the next four years, and

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