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VIDEO: Alabama’s defense is ahead of its offense this spring, and it’s a good thing

Will Anderson in his stance at Alabama practice
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Nick Saban has embraced the idea of not having an elite defense; however, the leadership that Alabama returns for the fall may grant him a dynamic group anyway.

The Crimson Tide’s defense is ahead of its offense this spring, and it is a good thing.

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After losing offensive experience to the NFL Draft, Saban is going to depend on the Tide’s defense to stifle opponents as its offense grows into form. The defense owned the first scrimmage with a lot of hitting and intensity on the field. According to Jaylen Moody, the senior linebacker told reporters that Alabama’s defense has great chemistry.

On Monday, yours truly of Touchdown Alabama Magazine discussed the defense via In My Own Words.

In the segment, I dove into why it is not a bad thing to see the defense ahead.

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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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