January 'BAMA Magazine

The January 2004 edition of 'BAMA: Inside the Crimson Tide has been mailed and is now available on newsstands.

Bama: Inside the Crimson Tide - January 2004
January 2004 Issue, Now Available

'BAMA: Inside the Crimson Tide

Alabama Basketball: Success Depends On Young Players

With three seniors and one other starter lost from last year's Alabama basketball team, Crimson Tide Head Coach Mark Gottfried has turned to a handful of youngsters. While they lack experience, the newcomers to the lineup have shown talent.
by Kirk McNair

The 2003 Seniors: Despite Adversity, They Gave All

It is likely no group of college football players endured more adversity than the seniors completing their eligibility at Alabama in 2003. Despite the hardships, the group provided good leadership and, they hope, the foundation for Coach Mike Shula's football dynasty.
by J.E. Lisby

Marc Guillon: New Quarterback Will Be In Mix

Marc Guillon always had an interest in Alabama football, but after a stellar prep career in California signed with Miami. When things didn't work out with the Hurricanes he transferred to Alabama, where he will compete for playing time this spring.
by Kirk McNair

Baseball Outlook: Tide Goal Is Increase In Power

Alabama baseball has been very successful under Head Coach Jim Wells. Wells is a believer in power hitting, and to that end welcomes the return of Todd Butler to the Crimson Tide coaching staff.
by Drew Champlin

Softball Outlook: Tide Competes At National Level

Last year, Coach Patrick Murphy had a rebuilding job on his hands. The result? The Crimson Tide softball team made it to the Women's College World Series and finished seventh in the nation. This year Bama expectationis are very high.
by Kirk McNair

Football Recruiting: Tide Must Recruit Out Of The Problem

There may be a number of reasons for Alabama's poor 2003 football season, but a primary reason is a lack of players. Bama Head Coach Mike Shula and his staff are working to overcome that deficit.
by Freddie Kirby

All Sports Recruiting: More Future Tiders Announced

Although November is the "off season" for many college sports, that one week in early November when winter and spring sports can sign new athletes is an important time. Crimson Tide men's and women's coaches in most sports took advantage of the opportunity.
by J.E. Lisby

The Departments:

2004 Alabama Football Schedule
Football Depth Chart By Class
Winter Sports Schedules

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