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Inside the Play: Brandon Greene's Reception vs. LSU

Breaking down the most interesting, important and heartbreaking plays of the season.

Coolest play of the season. Hands down.
Coolest play of the season. Hands down.
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Welcome to Inside the Play, a new feature here on Roll 'Bama Roll. We are very pleased to spend some of this offseason time with Coach Kyle Morris of Hanceville (Cullman, Ala.,) as he takes a look at a few of the plays that defined the 2014 Crimson Tide football season (and, who knows -- he may just do other random plays from throughout the years.)

This feature has been in the planning stages for a few months and we wanted to give you guys a nice offseason surprise. So, the initial plays you'll see are ones selected by the staff and editors at RBR. It is our hope that these video shorts will give you a combination of foundational Xs and Os, in-game strategy and game reset, some analysis, yet still make everything readily digestible to a lay audience.

If this first installment is any indication, Coach Morris is a helluva' success.

Without further ado, we present our first play as chosen by John Saxon, Brandon Greene's sole reception of 2014 versus LSU.

Be sure to leave flowers, candies, Franklin Mint commemorative plates, or at least a comment below and thank him for the time.


Ed. Note: Coach Morris has asked that I explain where he misspoke at 1:36 of the video. He says "not on the line of scrimmage," when he meant to say, "isn't the end man on the line of scrimmage." But, it's everyone's first time at this, and you knew what he meant anyway.