Marquis Maze Looks Back on Career, Winning Two National Titles, Expectations for Crimson Tide in 2020

On the latest edition of the All Things Bama Podcast, host Tyler Martin is joined by former University of Alabama wide receiver Marquis Maze as the two dive into his career, winning two national championships, and what he expects from the team in 2020. 

Maze offers up a story about how quickly things changed in his recruitment when coach Nick Saban arrived in Tuscaloosa, how it feels now to look back and be apart of his first signing class, and what his favorite moments of his career are.

He also gives some insight into what fans can expect this season from the Crimson Tide and the gauntlet of a 10-game, SEC-only schedule and things might shake up. 

The Tarrant, Ala. native was apart of two teams that won BCS National Championships at the Capstone in 2009 and 2011. He finished his Crimson Tide career with 136 catches, 1,844 yards, and

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BU’s First Online MBA Cohort Twice The Size Of Initial Expectations

Questrom’s first online MBA program starts on Aug. 2 with 401 students

To get its inaugural class of online MBA students started next week, Boston University’s Questrom School of Management battled through a host of COVID disruptions that ranged from university budget cuts and hiring freezes and a key instructional designer coming down with coronavirus to a complete halt on the construction of its video studios and the loss of many university IT resources.

Yet, BU managed to overcome the unexpected obstacles to enroll the first class of 401 online MBA candidates, double its initial expectations of 200 students for its $24,000 virtual MBA. When they begin coursework on Aug. 2 in what is called “Mod Zero,” all the classes have been reimagined and completed with the exception of the ending capstone. Already, Questrom has 100 students confirmed for the program’s second cohort that starts in January.

“We’ve had challenges

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