Tide Feeling Sick

Some members of the Alabama basketball team are feeling a little sick as the squad prepares to face Arkansas Wednesday night at 7 p.m.
February 14, 2005

Tide Overwhelms Rebels

Evan Brock had another Coleman Coliseum-rocking dunk in Alabama's 71-45 win over an outmanned Ole Miss team Saturday night, but it was his four rebounds (three offensive) in a span of two minutes in the first half sparked Alabama and earned him a standing ovation as he walked off the court.
February 12, 2005

Dell Curry Shootout: Mount Zion Rallies For Title

<b>CHARLOTTE, N.C. –</b> It wasn't easy but in the end, Mount Zion captured its second straight Dell Curry Shootout championship. Laurinburg had the champs on the ropes but couldn't seal the deal late in the game.
January 3, 2004

Basketball inks four in early period

The University of Alabama men's basketball program has signed four players to National Letters of Intent to attend school and play basketball at Alabama. <br><br>The quartet includes Glenn Miles, Ron Steele, Albert Weber, and Jean Felix.
November 18, 2003

Tide Turns Alabama's Way

Albert Weber ended the drama on Monday night. The 6-3 shooting guard out of Durham (NC) Mount Zion is headed the SEC.
November 10, 2003

Weber To Decide Soon

Decision day is drawing near for Mount Zion guard Albert Weber. He's looking at three schools and it's a close call.
November 10, 2003