Grading Alabama’s assistant coaches from 2019 season: Kyle Flood"> Evaluation on Alabama OL coach Kyle Flood from 2019 season
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Grading Alabama’s assistant coaches from 2019 season: Kyle Flood

Evan Neal blocking at Alabama
Photo of Alabama OL Evan Neal comes via Kent Gidley of Crimson Tide athletics

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. 

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.

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