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First look at 5-star Alabama DB Tony Brown practicing, taking instruction from Nick Saban | AL.com

Brown was paired with rising sophomore Eddie Jackson for a few of the drills. He showed some of the speed that made him one of the top corners in the nation last year.

Brown certainly looks the part. If he can learn the defense quickly, which isn't a given, he may make a push for playing time this year.

Tray Matthews among 4 Bulldogs arrested on eve of spring practice (Updated) - Dawg Sports

Update No. 2 Seth Emerson reports the details of the arrest are as follows: The players are charged with what amounts to double-dipping: Each allegedly took normal stipend checks from UGA and deposited them via a mobile app, and then also cashed them somewhere else, according to UGA chief of police Jimmy Williamson.

UGA gonna UGA, y'all.

Oklahoma's Charles Tapper on Sooners' spring swagger: 'Whole defense just dominated Alabama' | AL.com

"The Sugar Bowl gave us a good boost," defensive end Charles Tapper told ESPN.com. "Knowing we kinda dominated Alabama's offensive line, that the whole defense just dominated Alabama a little bit -- just a great way to come into the 2014 season."  Alabama did outgain Oklahoma 516 to 429. The Tide passed for more yards than the Sooners (387 to 348) and also outrushed them (129 to 81).

I get it, we lost, but I really hate it when facts get in the way of a good narrative.

No. 28 Baseball Hosts Alcorn State for Two Midweek Games Starting Tuesday - ROLLTIDE.COM

The two-game midweek series between Alabama and Alcorn State begins at 6:05 p.m. CT on Tuesday, and concludes on Wednesday with a 5:05 p.m. CT first pitch. Both games will be played at Sewell-Thomas Stadium.

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Coach Saban on the renewed focus of the team and some further clarificaiton on his input on the 10 sec rule. He makes a good point about college and the NFL limiting plays in practice, yet injuries are seven times more likely in games..