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Losing is no fun, but what an incredible season! The Jalen Hurts story is enough for two movies, a book tour, and a lifetime of motivational speeches. Tua’s incredible talent isn’t going anywhere. Saban will rebuild the defense likes he always does. Signing date is fast approaching in February bringing new talent. Imagine what next season will bring!
Alabama has been the nation’s most dominant recruiting power during Saban’s tenure and part of the program’s allure is putting players in the NFL — from a prospective recruit’s standpoint . . .
“Now I haven’t watched the film yet, but I wasn’t pleased with the way some of those guys made improvement and came along,” Saban said . . .
After Alabama’s first spring scrimmage a week ago, Nick Saban said “we have a lot of work to do” regarding the inside linebackers and their mental errors on the field . . .
If Williams or Allen turns out to be the first player picked, he’ll become the 20th SEC standout to go No. 1 . . .
Junior right tackle Jedrick Wills suffered a sprained ankle early on during the scrimmage . . .
Saban was asked if the loss of seven 2018 juniors – men who could have returned for a senior season but who elected to go into the NFL draft pool – makes a difference in spring practice . . .
Saban reported “Jedrick Wills sprained his ankle today. We don’t know the extent of the injury. We’re doing an MRI . . .
Everything Saban said in his sixth press conference of the spring . . .
Matt Miller slotted Josh Jacobs fifth on his last big board and recently labeled him, “the unquestioned top back in the 2019 draft class . . .
No coach in the SEC is more consistent year to year than Saban, college football’s best at his craft . . .
Following an impressive performance in the lone AAF season for the Birmingham Iron, former Alabama lineman J.C. Hassenauer has reportedly landed a deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers . . .
Saturday Down South
This week, heading into Saturday’s second scrimmage of spring, the focus is on showing greater progress, especially with the annual A-Day spring game just a week away . . .
Jerry Jeudy will be the featured target of an offense that returns three other receivers who posted at least 42 catches and 693 yards . . .