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Five A-Day predictions revisited

Revisiting five predictions following Saturday's A-Day game at Bryant-Denny Stadium.Original link
Alabama tight end target Cane Berrong made his first-ever trip to Tuscaloosa on Saturday. He breaks down the visit with BamaOnLine. Original link
Alabama’s football team went into spring practice – and into the A-Day Game – with no doubt as to who the number one quarterback is and will be in the 2019 season. Tua Tagovailoa was one of the nation’s best quarterbacks for the Crimson Tide last season and is  projected as a likely Heisman Trophy candidate this year.But Alabama doesn’t have the pr
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Alabama true freshman wide receiver John Metchie was named the Dixie Howell Memorial Most Valuable Player of the A-Day Game Award on Saturday afternoon.Metchie capped a strong spring by leading all players in receiving yards with 133 on five catches and targets at Bryant-Denny Stadium. His performance helped lead the White team
There is not an extraordinary amount of drama regarding a spring football game. If there are no serious injuries, all is considered to be good. Such was the case in Alabama’s A-Day Game Saturday, won by the White team (second offense and first defense), 31-17 over the Crimson (first offense, second defense).For the players it marked the 15th and fi
via: Touchdown AlabamaDuring Alabama’s spring game press conference head coach Nick Saban revealed that he has been having trouble with one of his hips throughout the spring.“I’ve been struggling a little bit with one of my hips,” said Saban. “Even though they don’t make’em like they used to and most players would not be able to perform in spring p
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Nick Saban is the newest addition to Alabama’s injury report.The 67-year-old head coach said he will potentially be out for 6-8 weeks after a hip procedure.“I have one announcement to make,” Saban said. “I’ve been struggling a little bit with one of my hips, and even though they don’t make them like they used to and most players
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Alabama’s first-team defense and second-team offense will soon be enjoying a steak dinner, as the White team defeated the Crimson team, 31-17, in the 2019 A-Day Game.Led by quarterbacks Mac Jones and Taulia Tagovailoa, the White team amassed 396 total yards of offense in front of an announced crowd of 62,219 at Bryant-Denny Stad
Alabama’s 2019 Golden Flake A-Day Game is taking place Saturday, April 13, at 1 pm CT at Bryant-Denny Stadium. The game is being aired on ESPN2 with Tom Hart and Todd Blackledge on the call and Laura Rutledge on the sidelines. (Kirk Herbstreit and Joey Galloway will be elsewhere.)ROSTERS:Original link
C.J. Mosley, Landon Collins, and Kareem Jackson have already cashed in. Others hope to find their new home very soon. We will keep this post updated as news rolls in.WED. UPDATE: Mark Ingram - three-year, $15 million deal with the Baltimore Ravens.WED. UPDATE: Carpenter - four year, $21M with the Falcons; $7M fully guaranteed at signing and $9.25M
Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY SportsAlabama released the Crimson and White team rosters ahead of A-Day, and they are as follows:A few notes:Mac Jones and Taulia Tagovailoa are both on the White team. At this stage, it’s close to a dead heat between those two for the primary backup job. Paul Tyson is on the Crimson team with Tua Tagovailoa.DJ Dale is on