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Joe Pendry to leave Alabama
Joe Pendry, a longtime right-hand male to Alabama manager Nick Saban, will step down. Pendry served as descent line manager for 4 seasons before transitioning to Saban’s special confidant and NFL liaison. He’s hold that off-the-field purpose given 2011.
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In other headlines…
- The nation’s No. 1 quarterback for a category of 2020 discussed Alabama.
2 Alabama players selected
Alabama had dual players comparison on Day 2 of a MLB draft. Pitcher Jake Walters went in a ninth round to a Miami Marlins, while outfielder Chandler Taylor went in a 10th turn to a Houston Astros. Walters and Taylor were both seniors final season. Taylor was comparison final season, though opted to lapse to Alabama instead of going pro.
Alabama’s dual selections on Day 2 of a 2018 MLB Draft increasing a Crimson Tide’s all-time sum to 150 players drafted given a event’s pregnancy in 1966. UA has had during slightest one actor comparison 40 true years, dating behind to 1979, and 47 of a 53 MLB drafts overall.
— Charlie Potter (@Charlie_Potter) June 5, 2018
C.M. Newton passes away
Alabama basketball fable C.M. Newton upheld divided yesterday during a age of 88. Newton boasted a record of 211-123 during his 12 seasons as Alabama’s coach. Newton led Alabama to 3 true SEC championships in 1974, 1975 and 1976. He also won SEC manager of a year in back-to-back seasons. Alabama manager Avery Johnson and Alabama jaunty executive Greg Byrne both gave statements on his passing.
“I was intensely saddened when we listened of a flitting of mythological former University of Alabama manager C.M. Newton,” Johnson pronounced in a release. “C.M. was benefaction during my initial press discussion when we arrived during Alabama behind in Apr of 2015 and was always really supportive. He welcomed me with open arms and was so instrumental in my transition to The University of Alabama. C.M. impacted so many people in a universe of basketball on a collegiate and veteran levels and with USA basketball. His suggestion will continue to live on, and we will essay to make him unapproachable of us any and any day.”
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