Bone's Bulletin Board 6.7.12

The University of Alabama concluded the first football summer camp, and the Crimson Tide won the Women's softball National Championship. The latest news and much more...


Ardarius Stewart, athlete and Alabama commitment from Fultondale High School in Birmingham, Ala., participated in summer camp. He learned more about his future position.
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Kevin Crosby, linebacker in the class of 2014 from Bamberg-Ehrhardt, S.C., has 34 scholarship offers. He had a lot to say of his time in Tuscaloosa.
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Wilson Bell, offensive tackle from Blount High School in Pritchard, Ala., made the All-Saban team at camp.
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Devlin Hodges, quarterback in the class of 2014 from Mortimer Jordan High School in Morris, Ala., talked of his camp experience.
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Camp Notes

Sunday
Monday
Monday: Part ll
Tuesday

Commitments

Bryson Burtnett, three-star tight end, committed to TCU.
Charlie Reid, three-star tight end, committed to TCU.
Tim Boyle, three-star quarterback, committed to Boston College.
Su'a Cravens, five-star safety, committed to USC.
Cory Helms, three-star center, committed to Wake Forest.

Titletown

VIDEO: Women's Softball National Champions
NCAA Softball: The look of sheer joy
Alabama Softball with their hardware

Twitter

Tommy Deas: Alabama fell behind 3-0 and never lost composure. When OU got shook, Alabama pounced.

carsontink: I can snap a ball in the rain. She can pitch in the rain. Suck it up.

Cecil Hurt: Oklahoma channeling its inner Milli Vanilli. #BlameItOnTheRain

Ben Eblen: #shoutout to my boys on bama football team for teaching her the technique on that hit

Cecil Hurt: Somehow you knew this would come down to Traina vs. Ricketts.

Tommy Deas: Alabama tops Oklahoma 5-4 and wins college softball World Series.

Tommy Deas: Jackie Traina named Most Outstanding Player; Kayla Braud, Jennifer Fenton, Amanda Locke All-Tournament.

Julio Jones: Congrats to the Bama ladies!! Great game by both teams tho.

Mark Ingram: Congrats to Alabama lady tide softball team on winning the college world series!!! Proud I stayed up!! ROLL TIDE ROLL!! #ChampionshipU

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