Grading Alabama’s assistant coaches from 2019 season: Kyle Flood
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In this series, yours truly of Touchdown Alabama Magazine will be grading the performance of Alabama’s assistant coaches from last season. This will be a breakdown of analysis, strengths, weaknesses, projections and an overall grade for each coach.
The purpose of this is to provide Crimson Tide fans with an in-depth look at all position coaches and coordinators on staff.
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After talking with various respectable sources within the program, listed below is the evaluation of offensive line coach Kyle Flood.
-Position: OL coach
-Years of experience: 22
-Time spent at Alabama: One year
-Strengths: Pass protection, zone blocking, athleticism, recruiting
-Weaknesses: Run blocking (consistently), edge rushers, penalties
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Stephen M. Smith is the managing editor and senior writer for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can “like” him on Facebook or “follow” him on Twitter, via @CoachingMSmith.