Alabama football: Greg Byrne discusses scheduling, alcohol sales and potential changes to transfer rules
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Greg Byrne goes on record
Multiple issues are surrounding college football and a few of them involve Alabama. College football is currently deciding what to do about alcohol sales in stadiums along with how to handle transfers. It seems like the state of college football is changing each year as these issues reach solutions. One of the issues that directly involves Alabama is scheduling. Alabama football and coach Nick Saban catch heat for scheduling Football Championship Subdivision schools. Alabama athletic director Greg Byrne discussed all of these issues and how Alabama plans to tackle them.
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In other headlines …
- Tennessee athletic director Phillip Fulmer reached out to a former Alabama athletic director for advice.
Men’s golf falls in national championship
Alabama men’s golf’s big season ended at the hands of Oklahoma State in the national championship. The men joined the women’s team as the country’s runners-up in the NCAA golf world. Oklahoma State dominated the Crimson Tide, winning all five matches. Oklahoma State took advantage of playing on its home course.
Around the Capstone
Alabama men’s basketball coach Avery Johnson discussed Collin Sexton and the NCAA’s one-and-done rule.
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