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August 25, 2016
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If ever there was a year to be more aggressive in the passing game, it could be this year despite Saban's reminders he's more than okay with a conservative quarterback who won't lose Alabama any games . . .
Birmingham News

The Crimson Tide are built on mauling people at the line of scrimmage, and they look very comfortable doing it this year with Williams . . .
CBS Sports

Three of Nick Saban's four titles with the Crimson Tide have come with first-year starting quarterbacks, so there's not a tremendous amount of panic in Tuscaloosa even though he admits the position is "a work in progress . . .
USA Today

"We'll probably have more freshmen play this year maybe than we've had for a while around here," Saban said at Bryant-Denny Stadium. "We feel good about some of them. They've got a long way to go, but we lost a lot of good players . . .
247Sports

But if you're looking for the ultimate college football spoiler alert, here it is: Our experts offer up their preseason predictions for what should be an epic 2016 season . . .
ESPN

"They're in the third year of having a different quarterback start the season, and it doesn't seem to matter what the equation has been; they still have been able to maintain their winning ways," said Phil Savage . . .
Huntsville Times

His mother, who is in the military, loves Alabama. "She loves Bama. She loves the tight ship that Saban runs," Solomon told SEC Country a few months ago . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

I don't care what Alabama lost or that Nick Saban still doesn't know who his quarterback will be. I've seen this movie before and it ends with the Crimson Tide winning in Atlanta in early December . . .
ESPN

"It's hard to bet against Alabama in terms of returning as a contender for the national title," Carter said. "For so many reasons, from top to bottom, they are just so talented . . .
247Sports

To be fair, Averett hasn't been messing up much for the Crimson Tide during preseason camp. The junior has served as one of the bright spots in a turbulent offseason for the Alabama secondary . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

Speedy Averett is blazing his way into Tide playing rotation . . .
Anniston Star

CBS Sports' Jon Soloman combed through previous AP preseason polls and statistically confirmed what we've believed for some time: 2016's opening week is one of the best curtain-lifting slates of games we've seen in quite some time . . .
NBC Sports

Harris has been committed to Alabama for more than a year . . .
Birmingham News

Here's a look at where things stand with the defending champion Alabama Crimson Tide . . .
ESPN

Auburn's mindset changes as opener vs. No. 2 Clemson approaches . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The defending national champion Crimson Tide is the No. 1 team in The Associated Press preseason Top 25 for the fifth time overall and third time under coach Nick Saban . . .
CBS Sports

Alabama Hall of Famer Harry Gilmer dead at age 90 . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Rain delays Tide's second scrimmage . . .
247Sports

A year ago, Barnett was the true freshman quarterback candidate that had Alabama fans abuzz. This time around, it's Jalen Hurts . . .
247Sports

It seems like the same questions hover over the Tide before the start of every season: quarterback concerns, staff changes and a difficult schedule . . .
Bleacher Report

With two weeks separating Alabama from the opener with USC, coaches have serious depth-chart decisions looming. So the time is now for players teetering on the edge of the two-deep and a front-row view . . .
Huntsville Times

"We're trying to figure it out. We're trying to get some young players to learn new positions," Fitzpatrick said Thursday. "I played both positions last year, but I didn't get the chance to do it in the game . . .
Decatur Daily

Fitzpatrick takes on leadership role for Tide defensive backs . . .
Anniston Star

Three Alabama freshmen you need to know . . .
Birmingham News

Alabama recruits better than anyone else. Saban has now signed the top recruiting class in the country for six straight years . . .
SB Nation

The Tide would like to take advantage of a deep talent pool in state by landing 4-star DE LaBryan Ray . . .
Bleacher Report

"In fact, it's the grind Saban craves, the constant push to get better and bring the team together . . .
Anniston Star

Jonathan Allen decided to stay in school and he joins a talented contingent returning to Tuscaloosa . . .
NFL.com

"The thing I lose sleep over the most is not winning and losing the games, it's about players," Saban said . . .
247Sports

Everything about Alabama-LSU is still just as strong as though the score is even (but for the record, it's 50-25-5 all-time in favor of the Tide) . . .
CBS Sports

Between Nick Saban's talents as a coach see the Tide's 45-40 victory over Clemson in the College Football Playoff championship and his ability to land recruits, beating Alabama has become a daunting task . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Alabama loses former five-star recruit Sheffield . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

If Alabama steamrolls toward another national championship, it will be Cam Robinson paving the way . . .
NFL.com

Alabama RB commit Brian Robinson has learned to expect opposing defenses to crowd the line of scrimmage and game-plan to stop him . . .
Huntsville Times

Darryl Strawberry was in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and it was his turn to speak with the Crimson Tide . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

From day one, offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin has heavily utilized run-pass option plays, or RPOs . . .
SB Nation

CB Kendall Sheffield was informed on Wednesday by Nick Saban that he would receive his release from the school . . .
ESPN

Will DB attrition come back to bite Alabama? . . .
Birmingham News


 


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