A Visit to Rhodes I know many faithful readers of mybama may remember that I have always wanted to see the Tide play in Rhodes Stadium. This spring I was able to cross that off my bucket list and it was well worth the trip.
Blue chips like five-star Ben Davis and four-stars Lyndell Wilson, Jared Mayden and Shyheim Carter have all moved and settled in on campus over the weekend . . . Bama Magazine
All of Alabama's signees in the Class of 2016 are supposed to report to campus Monday, so let's take one last look back before they begin summer workouts . . . Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Bateman—the most experienced player in the group—emerged as the leader this spring, with Saban telling ESPN.com's Chris Low that if Alabama started the season now, he'd be the starter . . . Bleacher Report
SEC coaches have seen enough of Alabama to know what they'll be up against when they play the Tide . . . 247Sports
Nick Saban, who contrary to perception does sometimes smile and make a joke, opened an SEC meetings press conference a couple years ago by doing just that. "It always makes me nervous when there's no issues," said Alabama's football coach. "Because then somebody creates one . . . Atlanta Journal-Constitution
For the second straight season, the Alabama baseball team will be watching the annual NCAA tournament from the confines of its living rooms . . . Decatur Daily
Gaspard went on to explain his decision to leave was contemplated for the "last few weeks and months . . . Birmingham News
Announcement of the resignation of Gaspard following his seventh year at the helm of the Alabama baseball program came Monday in a statement issued by Battle . . . Bama Magazine
It was the third time in the last six years under head coach Mitch Gaspard that Alabama didn't make it into the tournament field . . . Mobile Press-Register
Mitch Gaspard has resigned as Alabama's head baseball coach after seven seasons . . . Huntsville Times
"I think they did everything they needed to do," Florida coach Kevin O'Sullivan said after eliminating Alabama in the tournament. "They finished .500 in our league and won a game on Tuesday and played a good schedule. You look at the names of the schools on the schedule, two years ago you would have thought 'Boy, that's going to be a heck of a schedule . . . Tuscaloosa News
It is not clear if the women's basketball program will move coaching offices and team facilities into Coleman, nor which facility the team will use as its primary practice facility . . . Tuscaloosa News
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