BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Not surprisingly, the talk from ESPN college football analyst Todd Blackledge regarding Alabama centered on the quarterback situation.
“There’s a lot of competition at the position,” Saban says.
After watching a low-scoring A-Day, it looks like the Crimson Tide defense may have to carry the offense, at least early in the season, unless Jacob Coker is as good as advertised.
Turnovers lead to first two touchdowns on sunny afternoon in Bryant-Denny Stadium.
They’ve both thrown well throughout the spring.
Alabama’s head coach was in Mobile Tuesday for a Team Focus charity dinner.
The fifth-year senior has high praise for Blake Sims.
A look at the Alabama quarterback race in video form.
See who Saban called “a work in progress,” as spring practice starts.
It’s the first of eight position previews as the Crimson Tide prepares for spring practice.
“If you think there is such a thing as an unimportant game, just try losing one.”
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