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University of Alabama names Greg Byrne as new AD

TUSCALOOSA --Greg Byrne, Vice President for Athletics at the University of Arizona, will become the new Director of Athletics at The University of Alabama effective March 1, pending approval of The University of Alabama System Board of Trustees. The 45-year-old Byrne, who is highly respected in his field, will be formally introduced to the viagra sales online media later this week. "We knew Bill was considering a change, and w ...

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Alabama AD Bill Battle to step down in March, replacement already chosen

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TUSCALOOSA --University of Alabama director of athletics Bill Battle will step down from his post in March, according to multiple media reports. Battle has been diagnosed with multiple melanoma and clomid for sale took a short leave of absence last summer to battle the disease. "I want everyone to know that my health was not a factor in this decision as, at this time, I am in full ...

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Three local teams ranked in latest ASWA basketball polls

From Trussville Tribune staff reports MONTGOMERY -- The ASWA released its post-holiday basketball polls Wednesday, and three area teams found their way into the top 10. Hewit-Trussville's girls are ranked No. 7 in Class 7A, while both Clay-Chalkville boys and girls teams were in the rankings. Clay-Chalkville's boys are ranked No. 8 in the state, while the girls come in at No. 7 in Class 6A. Center Point's b ...

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Auburn’s Lashlee leaves for UConn OC spot

By Jeff Shearer AuburnTigers.com AUBURN, Ala. - After four seasons as Auburn’s offensive coordinator, Rhett Lashlee is leaving the Plains to become the play-caller at the University of Connecticut. Lashlee, a Broyles Award finalist in 2013 as one of the nation’s top assistant coaches, coordinated some of the most explosive offenses in Auburn history. In 2016, the Tigers averaged 31.2 points per game. “It’s ...

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Pair of CCHS students earn inaugural Pioneer Awards

By David Knox Sports Editor The Tribune Sports staff this year inaugurates a new achievement award for our high school students who contribute to their school’s football program – the Pioneer Award. Two Clay-Chalkville students are so recognized this season. Calvin Cullen has been referred to as the purchase pfizer zithromax “director of football operations” at Clay-Chalkville High School. That’s not a job a student normally has. Bu ...

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Christian Smith earns Defensive Player of the Year honor

By David Knox Sports Editor TRUSSVILLE – Two former Hewitt-Trussville athletes who transferred back ended up being huge difference-makers for the Huskies in 2016. One, Connor Adair, is the Tribune’s Offensive Player of the Year. The other is Christian Smith, our selection as Defensive Player of the Year. Smith returned from Leeds when Josh Floyd was hired, and Huskies fans are happy he did. From his tackle ...

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Grayson Cash is All-Tribune Most Valuable Player

By David Knox Sports Editor TRUSSVILLE – How do you replace an SEC running back like Jarrion Street? Turns out, it wasn’t that hard. [caption id="attachment_26177" align="alignleft" width="300"] Hewitt-Trussville junior Grayson Cash looks for running room against Clay-Chalkville in Cougar Stadium. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] One-time receiver, one-time starting safety, and occasional running back Grayson ...

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Adair earns offensive player of the year award

By David Knox Sports Editor TRUSSVILLE – There were a few doubters when Connor Adair transferred back to Hewitt-Trussville after spending his first years of high school at Mountain Brook High. Adair had been the starting quarterback for the Spartans but was injured during his junior year.   Someone had to replace Zac Thomas, a highlight-reel dual-threat quarterback off to Appalachian State, but would it be ...

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Coach of the Year Floyd led Huskies to record-breaking season

By David Knox Sports Editor TRUSSVILLE – No one is more disappointed than the Hewitt-Trussville head football coach that the 2016 Huskies didn’t finish the job they set out to do: Win the state championship. Nevertheless, Josh Floyd led the Huskies to a record-smashing season and accomplished some firsts. And for that, Floyd is the Coach of the Year for the All-Tribune Football Team. [caption id="attachment ...

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2016 All-Tribune Football Team

By David Knox Sports Editor There isn’t a football coach in the Birmingham Metro area that would not love to go to war with our All-Tribune first- and second-teams. In our humble opinion, the three schools we covered extensively all season are loaded with talent – some of them with great high school player ability and some with the future college All-America possibilities. We know there’s great talent Over ...

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