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Alabama’s 3 things worth talking about, mini-grades

3 things worth talking about

Youngster

Tony Brown made his first career start and likely will start following the bye week at Ole Miss. He competed, blitzed and just has the talent to make plays that the Tide’s other corners can’t. 239 more words

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Lane Kiffin should open up the passing game against Florida

When Alabama takes the field against Florida, two heavyweights will do battle for much of the afternoon.

The Crimson Tide’s electric receiver, Amari Cooper, has lit up the field over his first three games. 227 more words

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Tide may get starting WR, CB back for Gator game

The key word in that headline, though, is “may,” especially as it pertains to the latter.

With their SEC opener against looming five days down the road, … 156 more words

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Alabama 3 things worth talking about, mini grades

3 things worth talking about

1. No Perry

Prattville native Nick Perry was disqualified from the game in the second half for targeting. This means the senior safety won’t be able to play the first half of next week’s game against Florida. 285 more words

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Tide's secondary, wide receiver depth being tested

TUSCALOOSA – With starters Jarrick Williams and DeAndrew White out, Alabama’s secondary and wide receiver depth has been tested.

Williams, who injured his left foot in the season opener, fills mul<FZ,1,1,11>tiple roles in the secondary while White, who separated his shoulder in the opener, is one of the offense’s most explosive players and best blockers on the perimeter. 431 more words

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Wide receiver screens doing wonders for Tide

TUSCALOOSA – Both quarterbacks and Amari Cooper are putting up big numbers for the Alabama football team.

Talent and offensive line blocking have been major reasons. 763 more words

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Alabama WR White ruled out for Southern Miss game

TUSCALOOSA – The original time frame for Alabama wide receiver DeAndrew White to return from his shoulder injury was two weeks and the Crimson Tide is sticking to that. 131 more words

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