The Tide was overall 13-19 and was winless on the road during the 2013-2014 schedule.
Randolph was second on the team in scoring with 9.8-points per game. After given a one week break, Randolph will be among his teammates again where they will be putting their off season efforts towards building for a better season in what Randolph hopes will be a banner conclusion to his college career at Alabama.
“Everybody has a karma about them.” Alabama’s early game schedule was considered very strong as the Tide went on to face eight teams that made the NCAA Tournament.
Randolph looked at Michigan State and Florida as his favorites during March Madness.
His former schoolmate, Dezmond Dennis, was like a brother to Randolph.
The pain of losing a close friend was almost unbearable to understand and accept. I spoke to our team doctor as I know I wasn’t where I needed to be mentally.
“Coach (Anthony) Grant’s vision of this program becoming among the elite in the country hasn’t changed and we will have to evaluate where we are and where we’re going to do that,” said Randolph.