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Alabama Spring Football 2016: A-Day Open Thread

It is Alabama football, y'all! There will be many intriguing position battles going on.

Ten Glorious Springs for Nick Saban in Tuscaloosa.
Ten Glorious Springs for Nick Saban in Tuscaloosa.
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There will be some interesting position battles going on beyond quarterback. The Tide has one of the deepest offensive lines in recent memory but who will win the open spots? There is a shuffle in the secondary and linebacker. New return men is a concern. Watch for the progression of WR Robert Foster returning from injury.

Click here for RBR's complete Alabama Spring Football 2016 coverage.


If you are at A-Day, please share your observations.

For those of us who were not fortunate enough to attend, the game will be televised on ESPN at 2pm CT (the ONLY spring game aired on the four-letter network). Joe Tessitore and Kirk Herbstreit will call the action along with anOSU/B1G-biased jerk Joey Galloway. Be forewarned that ESPN has been known to abruptly end their broadcasts of spring games after two hours whether the game is over or not. If that happens, you may try one of the SEC Network Alternate channels.

The Alabama play-by-play will be available on many of your local Alabama Crimson Tide Sports Network stations such as 95.3 The Bear and Tide 99.1.



Kentucky 11:00am, SECN
Mississippi State 11:00am, ESPNU
Notre Dame 11:30am, NBCSN
Ohio State 12:30pm, BTN
Miami 1:00pm, ESPN3
Nebraska 1:00pm, BTN2Go
Penn State 1:00pm, BTN2Go
Tennessee 1:00pm, SECN
Texas 1:00pm, LHN
North Carolina 2:00pm, GoHeelsTV
Georgia 3:00pm, ESPNU
LSU 3:00pm, SECN
Missouri 5:00pm, SECN
Southern Cal 5:00pm, Pac-12N