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Terrin Waack


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Past articles by Terrin:

CECIL HURT: One takeaway from UA and the NFL draft

On Tuesday, speaking to the Houston Quarterback Club, Texas A&M head football coach Jimbo Fisher had this to say about college players leaving early for the NFL draft. “If you’re not going in the first two rounds, don’t even think about it,” Fisher said. There were no riots, no cattle stampedes in the Texas hills, … → Read More

VIDEO: Inside the 2019 A-Day game

TideSports’ Terrin Waack was chosen to be media coach for the Crimson Team during yesterday’s A-Day game, and here’s video she compiled from some of the shots she got behind the scenes: → Read More

Alabama sets up home-and-home series with Oklahoma

Alabama and Oklahoma have scheduled a home-and-home football series for the 2032 and 2033 season, UA announced Tuesday. The Crimson Tide will visit the Sooners in Norman, Oklahoma, first on Sept. 11, 2032. The teams will then swap rolls on Step. 10, 2033 for a game hosted in Tuscaloosa. “Alabama and Oklahoma are two of … → Read More

Alabama gymnastics' season over, just not for Abby Armbrecht

The Alabama gymnastics team may be done, but the 2019 season isn’t. Next weekend is the 2019 National Collegiate Women’s Gymnastics Championships. They’ll be held at the Forth Worth Convention Center Arena in Fort Worth, Texas, April 19-20. And for the first time since it missed the NCAA’s debut championship in 1982, the Crimson Tide … → Read More

Alabama Spring Football Practice Notes: 3/26/2019

Alabama held its sixth spring practice Tuesday afternoon. It was 65 degrees outside and partly cloudy. There was a good bit of wind, too. The Crimson Tide was in full pads for this one. Here are some of my and Ben Stansell‘s observations: Terrell Lewis (ACL) was back and dressed out after missing the last … → Read More

Alabama approves contract for new volleyball coach

Lindsey Devine’s contract as the new Alabama volleyball head coach was approved Wednesday by the Compensation Committee of the UA System board of Trustees. With a five-year deal, Devine is set to make $160,000 annually. There are performance incentives included in Devine’s contract. She will be rewarded if the Crimson Tide does well academically and … → Read More

Sights and sounds from Alabama's Pro Day

Alabama hosted its annual Pro Day on Tuesday. You can read all about it here. Below are different videos taken of all of the action. Alabama Pro Day: 40-yard dash Running back Josh Jacobs ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/dyEZudHc9c — Terrin Waack (@terrinvictoria) March 19, 2019 Alabama Pro Day: NFL Spotting New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is … → Read More

Alabama, West Virginia set up home-and-home series

Alabama and West Virginia will play a home-and-home football series in 2026 and 2027, the two programs announced Friday. The Crimson Tide will travel to face the Mountaineers in Morgantown, West Virginia on Sept. 5, 2026. West Virginia makes the return trip to play Alabama in Tuscaloosa on Sept. 4, 2027. “We are pleased to … → Read More

VIDEO: Nick Saban recaps Alabama's National Signing Day

Alabama coach Nick Saban addressed the media after the Crimson Tide finished up National Signing Day. The team’s 2019 class was ranked No. 1 in the nation by 247Sports and ESPN. UA added 27 players total. → Read More

PODCAST: The latest on Alabama gymnastics

TideSports’ Ben Jones and Terrin Waack sit down to discuss Alabama gymnastics. The Crimson Tide is already three meets into the season and will host LSU this Friday in Coleman Coliseum, one of three UA home meets left for 2019. Waack breaks down the Crimson Tide’s No. 9 overall ranking, where the team can go … → Read More

Jonah Williams chosen as Lombardi Award finalist

Alabama offensive lineman Jonah Williams has been named a finalist for the Lombardi Award, The Lombardi Honors Foundation announced Wednesday. The annual award goes to the best college football player, regardless of position, based on performance, leadership, character and resiliency. There are seven players in the running. Williams was selected as one of the Crimson … → Read More

Josh Jacobs declares for NFL draft

Run, run, run away, Josh Jacobs. The Alabama junior running back has declared for the NFL draft. He joins three others: offensive lineman Jonah Williams, defensive lineman Quinnen Williams and tight end Irv Smith Jr. As the Crimson Tide’s third-leading rusher this season, Jacobs ran for 640 yards and a team-high 11 touchdowns on 120 … → Read More

Miami names Dan Enos new offensive coordinator

Alabama quarterbacks coach Dan Enos will be Miami’s new offensive coordinator, UM coach Manny Diaz announced Friday. He spent just one season with the Crimson Tide and helped the team finish 14-1. With Enos’ departure, Alabama will have to replace at least four of its full-time assistants from 2018. Offensive coordinator Mike Locksley is already … → Read More

Processing the Tigers: Clemson puts up impressive numbers in title game

For the 2018 University of Alabama football season, The Tuscaloosa News’ Terrin Waack has provided select stellar stats, obscure facts and notable quotes from the most recent game to show how the Crimson Tide uses “The Process” against its opponents. SAN JOSE, Calif. — No. 1 Alabama was defeated by No. 2 Clemson 44-16 at … → Read More

Tua Tagovailoa earns two awards in Atlanta

ATLANTA — Two trophies for Tua Tagovailoa. In Atlanta on Saturday for the 2018 Home Depot College Football Awards, Alabama’s quarterback hobbled his way on stage with a boot on his left foot to accept the Maxwell Award, which labels him as player of the year. He also received the Walter Camp Player of the … → Read More

Quinnen Williams brings Outland Trophy back to Alabama

There was a two-out-of-three chance an Alabama player was going to win the Outland Trophy, which is given to the nation’s best interior lineman. There was also a two-out-of-three chance the winner’s last name would be Williams. Out of the three finalists, both Alabama nose guard Quinnen Williams and Alabama left tackle Jonah Williams made … → Read More

Alabama's Jerry Jeudy wins Biletnikoff Award

Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy won the Biletnikoff Award on Saturday night, meaning he’s considered the most outstanding receiver in all of college football. “I’m really surprised,” the sophomore said at the Home Depot College Football Awards ceremony. “All these other two guys really did a great job this year, too. So I knew it … → Read More

UA players wish Mike Locksley well with new job

The Crimson Tide found out about offensive coordinator Mike Locksley accepting the head coaching job at Maryland just like everybody else in the world: through the word of mouth and different news outlets. “All the coaches are out recruiting and stuff right now, so we haven’t really had a chance to assemble as a team,” … → Read More

Tua Tagovailoa finalist for third national award

Tua Tagovailoa is one of five Walter Camp Player of the Year Award finalists, the foundation announced Wednesday. This honor recognizes the national player of the year. As Alabama’s starting quarterback, Tagovailoa has thrown for 3,189 yards with a 70.3-percent completion rate and a school-record 36 touchdowns. He has also scored five times on the … → Read More

Processing the Tigers: Alabama avenges Auburn

For the 2018 University of Alabama football season, TideSports’ Terrin Waack will provide select stellar stats, obscure facts and notable quotes from the most recent game to show how the Crimson Tide uses “The Process” against its opponents. No. 1 Alabama defeated Auburn 52-21 at Bryant-Denny Stadium last Saturday in front of 101,821 people for … → Read More