By Sanjay Kirpalani, Bleacher Report:
The Alabama Crimson Tide wrapped up its spring practice schedule with last weekend’s A-Day game—won by the White squad, 24-15, over the Crimson team. While there are still over four months between now and their season-opening mega tilt with Michigan in Cowboys Stadium, players will still be working hard through summer workouts and offseason conditioning drills. For Nick Saban and his staff, their attention will turn to recruiting as well as making preparations for fall camp beginning in August.
The most notable injury concern for Alabama coming out of spring practice is to projected starting running back Eddie Lacy—who sat out the spring recovering from offseason toe surgery. Another running back—redshirt freshman Blake Sims—missed the spring dealing with a hip injury. Despite missing some practice time in leading up to the A-Day game, backup sophomore quarterback Phillip Sims turned heads with his strong performance (135 yards passing, two touchdown tosses). Other than a few minor bumps and bruises to Sunseri and seniors Jesse Williams and Robert Lester, the Crimson Tide will head into the summer relatively healthy. [More]