The 10 most read stories on BamaCentral in April and May

Breaking story on John Brannen trying to lure Antoine Pettway to Cincinnati was its most-read story in April

A look at the ten stories BamaCentral readers spent the most time on during the past two months.

Even through Alabama football held A-Day, April was topped by a basketball story, while ironically, May was led by a behind-the scenes story from A-Day.

April

1] Breaking: John Brannen trying to lure Antoine Pettway to Cincinnati (link)

2] Breaking: Nick Saban sets record for most first-round picks in NFL draft history (link)

3] Nick Saban gives 4-minute soliloquy on players leaving early for draft (link)

4] Andrew Steele to return to Alabama on basketball staff (link)

5] New wrinkles in Alabama’s offense affect Tua Tagovailoa more than anyone (link)

6] Those focused on offensive issues missing bigger picture from A-Day (link)

7] Men's basketball coaching staff beginning to take shape (link)

8] Crimson Tide shakes up defensive line for scrimmage (link)

9] Five rising players Alabama fans need to keep an eye on during A-Day (link)

10] What was being said about Alabama's assistant coaches this spring (link)

May

1] The Crimson Tide coordinator Pete Golding out to prove he's where he should be (link)

2] Next Harris up: Najee on target to be another great Crimson Tide running back (link)

3] Stat Pack: Alabama's offense was that good in 2018, except in one key area (link)

4] Christopher Walsh announces latest book on Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide (link)

5] After blowing lead, Alabama baseball scores twice in ninth inning to beat Auburn (link)

6] Tua Tagovailoa's biggest adjustment for 2019 is having yet another coordinator (link)

7] Stat Pack: Alabama’s D was statistically its worst since Saban's first season (link)

8] Crimson Tide freshmen come through for extra-inning win at SEC Tournament (link)

9] Alabama’s WCWS outcome will be heavily influenced by Oklahoma opener (link)

10] Kickoff times for Alabama's season, home openers announced (link)

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