Head coach Nick Saban and the University of Alabama football program returned to work on Monday, following its home opening victory over New Mexico State.
Saban started things off by complimenting South Carolina on its special teams and true freshman quarterback, Ryan Hilinski.
He is coming off a matchup against Charleston Southern, where he completed 24 of 30 passes for 282 yards with two touchdowns to one interception in a 72-10 win for the Gamecocks.
With talent that rivals what the Crimson Tide had in 2010, Saban does not want to see another let down similar to what occurred the last time he was at Williams-Brice Stadium. Listed below are a few notes and observations from Monday’s session.
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