- Former Alabama basketballer Yamene Coleman isn’t done with the college game just yet. He is headed to Troy to play out his final season of eligibility after picking up his undergraduate degree from Alabama in May. He will be allowed to play right away, according to the AP, because the NCAA granted a waiver. Troy offers a sports and fitness management program that Alabama does not.
- The ace of the Crimson Tide pitching staff has started his professional career on a hot streak. Austin Hyatt has a 0.69 ERA in his first 24 appearances as a reliever for the Class-A Williamsport Crosscutters in the city that hosts the Little League World Series every summer. Read more about Hyatt’s season here.
- SEC football media days is just more than a week away so expect the football coverage to ramp up. Don’t forget to vote on the poll on the left-hand side of the page. So far, it’s a runaway.