A pair of current Alabama males’s basketball staff members led a group of College at Buffalo alumni to a $1 million championship win Inside the Basketball Tournamalest on Tuesday Evening time.

Alabama assistant coach Bryan Hodgson served as widespread supervisor and Tide director of scouting and analytics Adam Bauman served as head coach for the “Blue Collar U” group that gained the annual 64-group summer time tournamalest.

The tournamalest, which has been performed since 2014 and aired on ESPN internetworks, featured groups of expert recreationrs in some circumstances reunited with their former school groupmates on self-organized groups.

The “Blue Collar U” group beat “Americana For Autism,” 89-67, in College of Dayton Area to win the tournamalest’s $1 million prize. Based mostly on the group’s internet website, Blue Collar U will donate a portion of its winnings to Teaching Love Inc., a non-revenue started by Hodgson To revenue at-hazard youth in the foster system. Hodgson was raised by a foster household in Ny.

Alabama coach Nate Oats, who was employed in 2019 after 4 seasons main Buffalo, traveled Tuesday to Dayton To watch his former recreationrs Try and win the tournamalest. It is the second season Hodgson and Bauman have led the group of Buffalo alumni, which fell in The solely-elimination tournamalest’s semifinals final summer time.

Bauman and Hodgson will rejoin Alabama this week earlier than it departs Friday for A ten-day, three-recreation overseas tour to Spain and France.

Mike Rodak is an Alabama beat reporter for Alabama Media Group. Adjust to him on Twitter @mikerodak.



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