Adrian Hubbard, whose MVP performance at April's A-Day Game prompted lofty expectations for his upcoming sophomore season, underwent two hernia surgeries during the offseason. The procedures limited his summer conditioning for "probably a month," Hubbard said, but it hasn't prevented him from doing anything since Alabama opened camp Friday. "Everyone always thinks a hernia is a big deal, but I got back in probably a month," Hubbard said today before Alabama's Fan Day at Bryant-Denny Stadium. "Right now it doesn't bother me anywhere. "You come to Alabama, you have to work hard. Rehab, too, you have to work hard in everything: academics, on the field and in the training room."