2012 Team Has To Find Its Own Identity

Posted by | Apr 16, 2012 | -

By Michael Casagrande, Montgomery Advertiser:
Kick off the cleats and slip on the sandals. Sure it’s still mid-April, but on the football calendar, final exams concluded Saturday. The 15-practice spring ended with a final exam under the watchful eyes of a mostly-packed stadium and a detail oriented commissioner. Of course Alabama won A-Day. Coach Nick Saban confirmed it just moments after the scrimmage concluded. “One thing that never happens in college football is no one ever has a bad spring and no one ever has a bad spring game,” he said. “We didn’t have one either.”

So what did the world learn in the last few weeks? The first 14 workouts are as controlled as in-season practices. Only close friends of the program scale those walls. And when the curtain falls on A-Day, vanilla is the only flavor served. “Well, you didn’t see anything new,” Saban said. “Unless you want us to just email Michigan what we’re doing and anything new that we’re doing. So what do you think you saw that was new? Did you see anything new? If I would have seen anything new out there, I would have been upset.” He did see a few new faces to big things. [More]

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