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Serving the University of Alabama since 1894

Vol. 119, Issue 123

UA YEAR IN REVIEW: 2012 – 2013 Ball so hard, that ‘ship cray

The Crimson White goes Buzzfeed on this year

Alabama added its 15th national championship in 2013 ... but that’s not all that happened. In honor of one of our favorite websites, we give you a look back on 2013 in lists, photos and timelines.

Big Stories

Hot in this issue

Football players’ victim speaks out about robbery According to arrest records, Tyler Hayes and Eddie Williams admitted to robbing Samuel Jurgens near Paty Hall. The Crimson White interviewed Jurgens. “This was just a matter of chance,” Jurgens said. Melissa Brown

February 13, 2013

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Fraternity pledge details UA’s culture of hazing

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Alabama wins 15th national championship in Miami Marquavius Burnett

Greek pledges at The University of Alabama live a life narrowly focused on making it to initiation into their fraternity of choice. One pledge shared his story with The Crimson White. Ashley Chaffin

October 16, 2012

Sixty-one students were arrested on Feb. 19 as part of what Tuscaloosa Police Chief Steve Anderson called a “record” operation to carry out 74 total arrests on and near the UA campus. CW Staff

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February 19, 2013

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West Alabama Narcotics Task Force carries out raids

Mal Moore, longtime UA athletic director, dies at 73 Marc Torrence

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Lowest Attendance 5,995 Auburn 63.8%

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An open records request revealed these attendance numbers for Bryant-Denny’s student sections between 2009 and 2012. Each box represents a game’s attendance by students according to the number of ACT Cards swiped in at the stadium gates.

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The student section has never filled up completely, or even come close, according to information received from The University of Alabama under an open-records request. Marc Torrence

November 29, 2012

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UA cancels classes for brief snow storm Jan. 17

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Will Tucker

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Two Alabama players sent home from Miami Alabama freshmen linebackers Dillon Lee and Ryan Anderson were sent home from the BCS National Championship Game trip, a source close to the situation told The Crimson White on Jan. 4. Marq Burnett

January 4, 2013

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Arrests spark discourse, students meet to plan protest

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Strong straight-line winds uproot on-campus trees March 18 CW Staff

About 35 people gathered in the Ferguson Center to discuss plans for a student rally in retaliation to the Feb. 19 arrest of 61 UA students on drug charges. Adrienne Burch

February 26, 2013

UAPD ticketed the student organizer of Feb. 18’s Harlem Shake filming, saying the organizers lacked official permission to assemble. February 18, 2013

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Anthony Grant’s team comes up short, doesn’t make it to NCAA tournament in 2013

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Assistant Dean of Students Lowell Davis announced the cancellation of University of Alabama fraternity pledgeship on Oct. 18 in a meeting with Interfraternity Council fraternity presidents. October 18, 2012

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Marc Torrence

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UA announces cancellation of pledgeship Melissa Brown

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Rep. John Lewis, other civil rights figures visit Alabama March 4 CW Staff

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Ashley Chaffin managing editor Stephen Dethrage production editor Mackenzie Brown visuals editor Melissa Brown online editor Adrienne Burch Chandler Wright assistant news editors newsdesk@cw.ua.edu Lauren Ferguson culture editor Marquavius Burnett sports editor

Increased numbers lead to extension of Recruitment Week For the third consecutive year, The University of Alabama hosted the largest fall sorority recruitment in the nation. The Open House pool of potential members had 1,952 women for fall 2012 sorority recruitment at UA, surpassing last year’s record of 1,720. Adrienne Burch

a few minutes ago

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Students chase hurricane Four members of The University of Alabama Meteorological Society traveled from Tuscaloosa to the Gulf Coast on Aug. 28 to storm-chase Hurricane Isaac.

Group marches near campus for immigrant rights

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Students review Greekfest A parking lot near the soccer field was transformed into a concert venue Friday, Aug. 24 as Umphrey’s McGee and Nelly headlined Greekfest. CW Staff

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Bama Dining plans to open new Starbucks next month

Alabama begins preparations for Saturday’s game against Michigan

The Ferguson Center Starbucks remodeled, relocated and reopened one floor below its previous location. “This will be the largest Starbucks in the United States,” Kristina Hopton-Jones, director of University Dining Services said. Adrienne Burch

a few minutes ago

78 responses

Students head home for Alabama-Michigan matchup

With hard work, food service offers opportunity

The University of Alabama opened its football season in Arlington, Texas, against Michigan at the Dallas Cowboys stadium and while it seemed like an odd location to some students, it is home sweet home to others. Sarah Elizabeth Tooker

a few minutes ago

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UA oversells student seats by 50% Eight hundred students were shocked when they received standingroom-only passes for this Saturday’s season opener against Michigan. UA Athletics sold 1,600 student tickets to the first game of the season, but only the first 800 students would have seats in Dallas Rich Robinson and Melissa Brown

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Nothing is more relatable to teenage girls than history and its many triumphs and horrible atrocities. Nothing is more relatable to teenage girls than history and its many Will Tucker

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Bama sends 4 to Paralympic Games

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More than half of 2012 freshman class hails from out-of-state Out-of-state enrollment hit an all-time high this year. Here’s why they might have chosen to attend The University of Alabama. posted in Aug. 30, 2012 at 8:29am CST

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The top 4 reasons Nelly came out of nowhere for Greekfest Ashley Chaffin Crimson White Staff

“I’m just looking forward to coming down and rocking Alabama,” he said. “The more excited Alabama is about Nelly the more excited Nelly is to turn it up for Alabama. I just want to thank the whole state of Alabama for the love that they’re not just showing me, on not only this trip here, but on the whole existence of Nelly.”

SPORTS

“They [Greekfest] wanted to do something to unite the houses and create a party with a purpose atmosphere,” said Costa Collegiate marketing manager and UA alumnus Robert Sabin. When asked about the diversity of the music Nelly said, “If you look at everything that I’ve been able to accomplish and all the things I’ve done with all of my music, it’s been very diverse. We share a writer’s home. It doesn’t matter what genre it’s in, so long as it’s good.”

posted in August 30, 2012 at 8:29am CST

1. The Love

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2. Integrating the greek system

Nelly had some great quotes when we interviewed him at Greekfest.

In order to appeal to a variety of musical tastes, coordinators for Costa’s Greekfest strive to bring in a mixture of genres and styles. Each year, a survey is sent out in the spring that lists potential acts, and students vote on who they would most like to see. The internationally known rapper and performer Nelly said he looked forward to performing for everyone before classes got back into full swing. Here are the top 4 reasons Nelly came to Tuscaloosa.

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3. The Energy “Energy is a must,” Nelly said. “We have our show kind of laid out, but we like to vibe with the students. We’re real good at being spontaneous on stage and interacting with the fans. As long as the crowd is turned up, then we’re turned up.”

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OUT OF STATE STUDENTS MORE THAN HALF OF FRESHMAN CLASS Sidelined: Saban says season likely over for Tide running back Jalston Fowler Alabama junior Jalston Fowler will likely miss the remainder of the 2012 season due to a knee injury, head coach Nick Saban told reporters Monday. Marc Torrence Mo. Utah

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Jesse Williams They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so we’re not going to bother talking much about the biggest man on the defensive side of the Crimson Tide, we’ll let the many faces of Jesse Williams speak for themselves.

2 . We can’t say for sure, but after some close examination, we’re pretty sure Williams made this face after finding that last little bit of Dreamland ribs between his teeth and savoring its smoky goodness.

posted in September 14, 2012 at 3:45 pm CST

Stephen N. Dethrage Crimson White Staff

1. If this doesn’t sum up the Australian monster perfectly, we’re not sure what does.

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Key to success: Gameday selfies in bowties on Twitter Want to know why the Crimson Tide always wins? SPOILER ALERT: It’s not because of luck or talent-- it’s the bowties. posted in Sept. 20, 2012 at 12:00 pm CST

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2. Oct. 13, from Columbia, Mo. This selfie has it all. It features a pinstripe suit that literally shines, a grimy bathroom mirror, a toilet and its reflection in the shower door, two rubber wristbands – Missouri never stood a chance.

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3. Oct. 20, from Knoxville, Tenn.

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It’d be easy to credit the success of the Alabama Crimson Tide to head coach Nick Saban, the unreal athleticism of its players or just plain luck, but we have a different theory – the team draws its unmatched power from the selfies that the bow-tie wearing quarterback AJ McCarron takes and tweets before most games. Don’t believe it? Consider this: In games this season in which McCarron tweeted a bow tie selfie, the team went undefeated. Before facing Johnny Football and the rest of the Texas A&M Aggies at home? No photo posted. We rest our case. With that in mind, here are the top 4 AJ McCarron bow tie selfies.

1. Jan. 7, from Miami, Fla. From the sunny filter to the crimson-and-white bow tie, this selfie can’t be beat. Are those polka dots heart-shaped? Is his hair highlighted, or is that just the filter? We may never know, but we know we love this photo. @10ajmccarron

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Neyland Stadium may look like a garbage truck workers convention, but there’s apparently at least one really nice bathroom in Knoxville. The pink-patterned bow tie and that absolutely blingin’ watch make up for McCarron’s LSU-purple pocket square in the rising senior’s third-best bow tie selfie.

4. Dec. 1, from Atlanta, Ga. Rounding out the Top 4 is this gem from Hot-lanta. The photo may not feature an open toilet or an expensive watch, but it did what it had to. After a nail-biting 57 minutes of football, McCarron connected with Amari Cooper for a 45-yard pass to give Alabama the lead back, which the Tide desperately held onto long enough to win the SEC Championship.

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PLEDGESHIP CANCELLED Future of Kilgore House still unknown UAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plan to remove one of its most historic properties has sparked controversy as some students and alumni unite in protest, worried that the Capstoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plans for expansion are rolling over its history. CW Staff

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Hazing brings end to IFC pledgeship UA canceled all Inter-fraternity pledge programs Thursday, Oct. 18, just weeks after a three-day suspension preceding fall break and an email claiming to be sent on behalf of fraternity and sorority pledges sent to Greek Affairs director Kathleen Gillan went public. CW Staff

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UA abruptly ends IFC pledgeship posted in October 30, 2012 at 8:05am CST

Adrienne Burch Crimson White Staff

Sept. 16, President Guy Bailey and others received an anonymous email claiming to be sent on behalf of fraternity and sorority pledges. The email requested an overhaul of the pledge process. Sept. 25, The Crimson White approached the University for comment on possible hazing violations or pledgeship cancellation. Hebson emailed a statement via a University spokeswoman. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A few pledge classes were suspended temporarily while we investigated allegations of hazing and identified the individuals involved. Individuals who violated the code of student conduct are being dealt with appropriately. Thus far, no fraternities have been found responsible for hazing; only individuals were involved, and it was not a chapter action.â&#x20AC;? Later on Sept. 25, Hebson announced the suspension of pledgeship, effective on Tuesday, Oct. 1, until Oct. 8. Oct. 18, 12:30 p.m., assistant dean of students Lowell Davis announced the cancellation of fraternity pledgeship in a meeting with Interfraternity Council fraternity presidents because of allegations of hazing. In the afternoon, at the press conference held on the steps of the Rose Administration Building, vice president for student affairs Mark Nelson said it was not the number of calls to the hazing hotline this year that resulted in the suspension of pledgeship in IFC fraternities but the specificity of the anonymous allegations in the week prior. All fraternities were allowed to conduct spring pledgeship. Hebson told The Crimson White on Jan. 23 there were no changes made to the fraternity recruitment process. Though assistant dean of students Lowell Davis said on Oct. 18 the University would form a group to discuss the future of fraternity pledgeship, Cathy Andreen, a University spokeswoman, confirmed Wednesday, April 23, that no such group met prior to the start of spring recruitment.

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Dining hall to kick Kilgore House out of its home Once removed, historic building could adorn any of several campus landmarks. posted in Oct. 11, 2012 at 8:29am CST

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The University of Alabamaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plan to remove a historic property has sparked controversy as some worry the Capstoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plans for expansion are rolling over its rich history. The Kilgore House, built in 1890, sits on property the University has dedicated for a new dining hall. UA spokeswoman Cathy Andreen confirmed the Universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plan to build a new Fresh Food dining facility on the property by 2014 but said a potential buyer is interested in relocating the house. This summer, the University hosted two sealed-bid auctions in July and August, hoping to attract a buyer who was willing to move the house. The house failed to attract a bid in either one. For now, it remains without a buyer. If the University needs to move the house, it should at least consider a few places around campus:

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60 Days University of Alabama President Guy Bailey announced Oct. 31 that he would resign from his position as University president because of his wife’s health. Cw Staff

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A Dream That Wouldn’t Die

All Sororities plan to expand, relocate

The reality is that No. 5 LSU (7-2, 3-2 SEC) had its national championship dreams squashed by Alabama for the second year in a row. CW Staff

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Witt, Trustees replace Bailey with Judy Bonner The University of Alabama’s president Judy Bonner addressed the Board of Trustees Friday morning, a day after being hired as the first permanent woman president in the school’s history. CW Staff

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How to lose a Guy in 60 days

2. But really, it’s awesome.

The CW has compiled a few images to honor Guy Bailey and his facial hair, a dynamic duo that would have made November a little bit warmer for all. posted in Nov. 1, 2012 at 3:11pm CST

Christopher Chase Edmunds Crimson White Staff

The sudden resignation of President Guy Bailey came as a shock to many in the UA community. On Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012, Bailey sent out a campus-wide emailed statement, citing his wife’s health as a main reason for leaving. He said, “This is a decision my wife Jan and I made together after much discussion about how we can best address her health, which is the most important priority in our lives.”

3. C’MON.

Bailey was eventually replaced by current president Judy Bonner. That being said, one of Guy Bailey’s finest achievements needs celebrating. For 60 days the Capstone was able to enjoy some of the finest facial hair around, and the Bailey beard will be sorely missed.

1. This beard.

*We also noticed that he enjoys pointing his fingers for emphasis.

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So we got really lucky... again The stars alligned in 2012, giving Alabama a chance to get to Miami. Three things that never should have happened that would send us back to the title game...inexplicably did. posted on November 19, 2012 at 8:06 pm CST

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College football has a thing for drama. At 10:35 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17, Stanford kicker Jordan Williamson sent a 37-yard field goal through the uprights and sent a Catholic university in South Bend, Ind., and the entire southeast region of the country into frenzy. 1) Baylor 52, Kansas State 24 - A week after being named the No. 1 team in the country, the Kansas State Wildcats were routed by the Baylor Bears in Waco, Texas…and then: 2) Stanford 17, Oregon 14 - Stanford’s defense rose to the challenge and stifled the high-flying Oregon offense, and Williamson’s field goal meant Alabama would rise to No. 3, and have a chance to face No. 2 Georgia in the SEC Championship Game… and Alabama fans did this:

3) Alabama 32, Georgia 28 - The Tide and Bulldogs played to a thrilling finish, when C.J. Mosley tipped a pass from Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray as time expired. Right before that, AJ McCarron connected with Amari Cooper for the go-ahead touchdown to conclude the nail-biting back-and-forth affair.

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Top 10 Moments from the BCS National Championship

6. Alabama followed the interception with a 97-yard touchdown drive capped by a 34-yard touchdown to freshman wide receiver Amari Cooper. It was the longest scoring drive in BCS Championshp game history. 35-0

This was our third national championship in four years. This isn’t our first rodeo... but it was still pretty awesome. posted in January 7, 2013 at 7:30pm CST

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Alabama throttled Notre Dame 42-14 in the BCS National Championship Game to take home its third title in four years under head coach Nick Saban. The Fighting Irish entered the game with the world on their side – people wanted to see someone outside of th SEC win it, they wanted Notre Dame to return to glory, and above all else, they wanted to see Alabama lose.

7. In the third quarter, Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson finally put the Irish on the board with a two-yard rushing touchdown. The score ended Alabama’s shutout streak in BCS Championship games at 108 minutes and 7 seconds, which started with 6:15 left in the 2009 title game. It also ended Alabama’s streak of unanswered points at 69. 35-7

1. Eddie Lacy’s first touchdown of the game – Alabama drove down the field with ease, and Lacy capped off the opening drive, which averaged 12.4 yards per play, with a 20-yard touchdown. It was the longest touchdown Notre Dame had given up all year and the first it had allowed in the first quarter. 7-0 8. Not to be outdone, McCarron and Alabama went right down the field, and Cooper caught his second touchdown of the night. 42-7

2. After a Notre Dame punt, Alabama drove right back down the field, and quarterback AJ McCarron hit Michael Williams for an easy, play-action touchdown. 14-0

9. Notre Dame running back Cierre Wood rushed for one yard, running out the clock and giving Alabama its 15th national championship. 42-14.

3. Notre Dame punted again, and the Crimson Tide went right back down the field. This time, it was freshman T.J. Yeldon who took a hand off on the goal line in for the score. 21-0

10. Saban was showered with Gatorade. “It’s cold, it’s sticky, but I appreciated not getting hit in the head with the bucket,” he said. “That was an improvement.”

4. After trading possessions, Alabama made it 28-0 when McCarron hit Lacy with a screen pass, which Lacy capped with his signature spin move. “I think we played well offensively,” Saban remarked at halftime. 28-0

5. After halftime, Notre Dame drove down into UA territory once again, but Dee Milliner tipped a pass attempt, and HaHa Clinton-Dix snatched it to end the best-scoring threat of the night so far. 28-0

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Four Crimson Tide Football Players Arrested On Feb. 12, four University of Alabama football players were arrested in connection with two on-campus muggings. posted in February 12, 2013 at 8:29am CST

Chandler Wright Crimson White Staff

Early Monday, Feb. 11, Sam Jurgens left the Blount Living-Learning Center to walk home. Jurgens was approached by someone who asked if he had a lighter. Police said Eddie Williams knocked Jurgens unconscious. Dennis Pettway and Tyler Hayes also attacked and stole his backpack, containing a MacBook Pro. Jurgens then woke up with a blood-soaked jacket and shattered headphones. He thought he was dreaming. Williams physically assaulted Caleb Paul, another UA student, and knocked him unconscious. According to police reports, Williams stole Paul’s wallet containing cash, his ACT card and credit cards while Pettway and Hayes sat in a car nearby. Williams used the stolen ACT card to buy snacks from a Bryant Hall vending machine.

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Top 4 Tide Talks speakers that really made us think Each Tide Talker had interesting things to say, but four stood out for the topic they picked to speak on.

2. Thaddeus Fitzpatrick, a senior majoring in theater, who spoke about the necessity of having confidence in the field of performance and acting, and how the key is understanding the subjective nature of creating change and being revolutionary.

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On March 5, the Ferguson Theater hosted the first edition of Tide Talks, a new student-run program that showcases student achievement with a goal of connecting, enriching and motivating students at The University of Alabama.

3. Joshua White, a senior majoring in economics and finance, who spoke about the nonexistence of insignificance.

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UA Athletic director Mal Moore dies at age 73 Moore dedicated his life to the University and left an impressive legacy posted in March 15, 2013 at 8:45 am CST

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The University of Alabama confirmed that longtime athletic director Mal Moore passed away at the age of 73 in Durham, N.C. on March 30, 2013. Moore had been hospitalized at Duke University Medial Center since March 14 with pulmonary problems. Moore served as UA athletic director since 1999 but stepped down March 20, citing his declining health. Bill Battle was approved as his replacement. Here’s why Mal Moore was awesome.

1. He played quarterback for Bear Bryant - Moore played from 1958-1962, a member of Bryant’s first national championship team. He was only a backup during his Crimson Tide career, but not many people can say they played for the greatest college football coach of all time. Bryant Museum

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When Bill Battle first stepped on campus as a football player, Bryant-Denny Stadium seated 31,000 fans. posted in April 3, 2013 at 8:29am CST

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Fifty-two years later, he sits in an office overlooking a multi-million dollar football practice facility and weight room, down the street from a stadium with a capacity of six figures on the campus of a school that’s won 15 national championships, including three in the last four years. Battle, 71, was approved as athletic director in March by the UA Board of Trustees and is tasked with sustaining what his predecessor, Mal Moore, left behind.

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American Rivers, a national nonprofit organization that works to protect and restore U.S. rivers, announced on April 17 that the Black Warrior River is number seven on its list of most endangered rivers in the U.S., saying the riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s quality of drinking water is â&#x20AC;&#x153;at risk.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Drinking water for the greater Birmingham area is threatened by a proposed coal mine on property primarily owned by The University of Alabama,â&#x20AC;? according to the 2013 report. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Drummond Companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Shepherd Bend Mine would discharge wastewater into the Black Warrior Riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mulberry Fork only 800 feet from the Birmingham Water Works Boardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s intake, which provides drinking water for 200,000 citizens.â&#x20AC;?

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Four women who show DCAF brings out the best in fashion Druid City Arts Festival inspired the fashion forward to come out of the woodwork. Who needs Coachella? posted in April 6, 2013 at 8:29am CST

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