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Tide, Saban still looking for answers after A-Day game

TUSCALOOSA – Alabama’s 15 spring practices have come and gone with Saturday’s A-Day spring game capping the workouts.

Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban called the spring a mid-term, not a final exam, while adding that his team deserves an incomplete at the moment. 1,089 more words

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Derrick Henry, Reggie Ragland and Ryan Kelly speak to the media after A-Day game

After Saturday’s A-Day game, Alabama players Derrick Henry, Reggie Ragland and Ryan Kelly spoke to the media.

Check out what Henry had to say in the video above, and Ragland and Kelly had to say below, per an Alabama press release: 228 more words

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Nick Saban talks quarterback competition, more after A-Day game

Nick Saban spoke to the media after Saturday’s A-Day game and here’s what he had to say, per an Alabama press release:

“The best news about any spring game is you get through the game, a lot of players get the opportunity to play and you don’t get anybody injured. 956 more words

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Tide defense dominates with big plays

TUSCALOOSA – In an effort to regain some lost luster following disappointing endings the last two seasons, Alabama’s once-vaunted defense focused on one thing this spring — attacking the football. 389 more words

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Alabama notebook: Tide limits Drake as a precaution

TUSCALOOSA – Alabama running back Kenyan Drake isn’t quite 100 percent coming off of his leg injury last season, but the team still wanted him to be involved. 1,162 more words

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5 things we learned from Alabama's A-Day spring game

Alabama wrapped up its spring A-Day game Saturday afternoon, and here’s what we learned:

1) The quarterback battle is still open

Jacob Coker looked good at times. 251 more words

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Commentary: Who do you trust at QB for Alabama?

TUSCALOOSA – A year ago, Blake Sims looked horrible in the A-Day game.

Absolutely horrible.

Sims went 13-of-30 for 178 yards, two interceptions, a touchdown and his incomplete passes sailed high and wide more times than not. 803 more words

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