The Bryant Museum released its annual “In Memoriam” video of former Alabama athletes who died in the past year. It was a rough year, and includes some names we didn’t previously know about.
The PGA Tour and Netflix today announced a season-long docuseries that will go behind-the-scenes during the 2022 year. Justin Thomas was named as one of the golfers that will be participating.
Josh Jobe will apparently forego his COVID bonus year of eligibility and enter the NFL draft.
Priority Sports announced that it has signed Christopher Allen to a representation deal for the upcoming NFL draft.
Phidarian Mathis also announced that he’ll be entering the 2022 NFL draft.
Former Alabama player and assistant coach Neil Callaway, most recently an assistant at Purdue, announced his retirement today.
Though Joshua Primo has spent the last three weeks with San Antonio, and started the past few games, Spurs coach Greg Popovich reiterated that the plan is for Primo to return to the G League to get more development time.
The Athletic has a feature piece on Levi Wallace, who’s ready to write a new story.
Links to press conferences:
Jalen Hurts was also interviewed by Kurt Warner to discuss the 2021 season.
Wild Card Round Injury Reports
Wednesday Practice Report – Saturday & Sunday Games
- Did Not Practice – Najee Harris (elbow)
- Limited Participation – Christian Barmore (knee), Landon Dickerson (thumb), Damien Harris (hamstring), Dont’a Hightower (knee), Josh Jacobs (ribs).
- Full Participation – Jalen Hurts (ankle)
- Braxton Key – re-assigned to the Delaware Blue Coats of the NBA G League by the Philadelphia 76ers.
Scenes and Highlights
TENNIS WTA Adelaide International 2, Doubles Quarterfinal: Erin Routliffe / A Rosolska defeated Kostyuk / Piter 7-5, 6-3. SOCCER Atlético de Madrid 5, Villarreal 0. Merel Van Dongen – no stats; played full match BASKETBALL Champions League Play-In Gm 1: Hapoel Jerusalem 95, Prometey 70. Retin Obasohan – 29 minutes, 19 points (4-9 2pg, 2-6 3pg, 5-5 FT), 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 turnovers, 2 fouls. Houston 128, San Antonio 124. Joshua Primo – 25 minutes, 4 points (2-3 2pg, 0-2 3pg), 2 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 steal, 2 turnovers, 0 fouls.