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Days until Bama Football:
Jamey Mosley (16)

Jamey Mosley will play a massive role this year at linebacker. Mosley, from Theodore, Alabama, didn’t get many offers out of high school so he chose to walk on for the Tide, where his brother CJ Mosley starred. Throughout his Alabama career, what has stood out is his quickness, his physical ability off the edge (6’ 5” and 240 lbs) and his fantastic work ethic, which is one of the reasons Saban cited for why Mosley earned his scholarship. Although the RS Senior has been primarily a backup throughout his career, he should get plenty of game time this season due to the combination of his skill and his experience, and the loss of guys like Terrell Lewis, Vandarius Cowan, and Keith Holcombe have shortened our depth at the linebacker position this season, making it very important for Mosley to step up and lead this defense. This is the money year for Jamey Mosley and I can see him making a really big name for himself this season! Roll Tide @jameflame and good luck this season!
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Days until bama football:
jamey mosley (16)

jamey mosley will play a massive role this year at linebacker. mosley, from theodore, alabama, didn’t get many offers out of high school so he chose to walk on for the tide, where his brother cj mosley starred. throughout his alabama career, what has stood out is his quickness, his physical ability off the edge (6’ 5” and 240 lbs) and his fantastic work ethic, which is one of the reasons saban cited for why mosley earned his scholarship. although the rs senior has been primarily a backup throughout his career, he should get plenty of game time this season due to the combination of his skill and his experience, and the loss of guys like terrell lewis, vandarius cowan, and keith holcombe have shortened our depth at the linebacker position this season, making it very important for mosley to step up and lead this defense. this is the money year for jamey mosley and i can see him making a really big name for himself this season! roll tide @jameflame and good luck this season!
Days until Bama Football:
Freddie Milons (15)

Freddie Milons was one of the most talented athletes to play for the Tide during the late 90s to early 2000s. Milons, from Starkville, Mississippi, could be dangerous at practically any skill position. He was a WR first but he also had success with the Tide at RB, Kick/Punt Returner, and as you can see in this clip from the ‘99 SEC Championship Game, QB. Through his 4 year career for the Tide which began in 1998, Milons would be voted First Team All-SEC and would be of course win the SEC Championship in 1999, of which he was the MVP of. After Bama, Milons was drafted in the 5th Round by the Philadelphia Eagles, but would move from team to team throughout his NFL career, eventually retiring after 4 years in the league. Thank you Freddie and Roll Tide!
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Days until bama football:
freddie milons (15)

freddie milons was one of the most talented athletes to play for the tide during the late 90s to early 2000s. milons, from starkville, mississippi, could be dangerous at practically any skill position. he was a wr first but he also had success with the tide at rb, kick/punt returner, and as you can see in this clip from the ‘99 sec championship game, qb. through his 4 year career for the tide which began in 1998, milons would be voted first team all-sec and would be of course win the sec championship in 1999, of which he was the mvp of. after bama, milons was drafted in the 5th round by the philadelphia eagles, but would move from team to team throughout his nfl career, eventually retiring after 4 years in the league. thank you freddie and roll tide!
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Days until Bama Football:
Dylan Moses (18)

Dylan Moses is the next great Alabama linebacker. Moses, from Bradenton, Florida (IMG Academy), was not expected to play much his freshman season but because of injuries to Shaun Dion Hamilton, Mack Wilson, and a few others in our linebacking core, we got to see a good amount of Dylan Moses. In the games he played in he definitely showed his NFL potential. As a backup, he got time on special teams or he got a lot of time because of how many blowouts we had throughout the season and when he was on the field, he always seemed like he’d make a play. Toward the end of the regular season is when really took off, however. His first start was against Mercer in which he led the team in tackles with 11, in solo tackles with 10, and in tackles for loss with 4. Add all that to an interception and it was a pretty good day for the stud in the making. His next start came in a game where his performance was probably the only positive to take a away from it, our loss to Auburn. In that game, Moses led the injury ravished Tide again in tackles with 10 and looked a very solid presence at ILB. Now we look forward to this season, in which the former 5-star will be starting along side another former 5-star Mack Wilson this season in one of, if not the best ILB core in college football. Expectations are high for Moses but there is no doubt in my mind he will surpass them in his new number this season, 32, worn by Alabama linebacking greats such as CJ Mosley and Rashaan Evans. Roll Tide @ddyylll and good luck this season!
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Days until bama football:
dylan moses (18)

dylan moses is the next great alabama linebacker. moses, from bradenton, florida (img academy), was not expected to play much his freshman season but because of injuries to shaun dion hamilton, mack wilson, and a few others in our linebacking core, we got to see a good amount of dylan moses. in the games he played in he definitely showed his nfl potential. as a backup, he got time on special teams or he got a lot of time because of how many blowouts we had throughout the season and when he was on the field, he always seemed like he’d make a play. toward the end of the regular season is when really took off, however. his first start was against mercer in which he led the team in tackles with 11, in solo tackles with 10, and in tackles for loss with 4. add all that to an interception and it was a pretty good day for the stud in the making. his next start came in a game where his performance was probably the only positive to take a away from it, our loss to auburn. in that game, moses led the injury ravished tide again in tackles with 10 and looked a very solid presence at ilb. now we look forward to this season, in which the former 5-star will be starting along side another former 5-star mack wilson this season in one of, if not the best ilb core in college football. expectations are high for moses but there is no doubt in my mind he will surpass them in his new number this season, 32, worn by alabama linebacking greats such as cj mosley and rashaan evans. roll tide @ddyylll and good luck this season!
Days until Bama Football:
Reggie Ragland (19)

Reggie Ragland was one of the hardest hitting, most talented Linebackers to ever play at Alabama. Ragland, from Madison, Alabama, played primarily on special teams as a Freshman on the team that would win a National Championship in 2012. In 2013, he backed up CJ Mosley and was able to showcase his skills, even with limited playing time. After Mosley left, Ragland took over as one of the two starting ILBs and would have a very solid season, picking up 93 tackles and 10.5 tackles for loss. His performance in 2014 earned him First Team All-SEC honors and set high expectations for the season to come. Those expectations were easily surpassed. In 2015, Ragland would amass 102 tackles and 2.5 sacks whilst leading Alabama to its 16th National Championship. He would be awarded SEC Defensive Player of the Year and would be voted First Team All-SEC and a Unanimous All-American that final season with the Tide. After that spectacular season, Ragland would graduate and be drafted by the Buffalo Bills where he ended up being a misfit due to a defense formation change. He would be traded to Kansas City who run his preferred 3-4 base defense and he is now a starting ILB for the Chiefs. Ragland’s game-changing ability was a crucial reason for the Tide’s improbable run in 2015 and it is good to see that his ability is now being well utilized in the pros. Roll Tide @reggieragland and good luck this season!
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Days until bama football:
reggie ragland (19)

reggie ragland was one of the hardest hitting, most talented linebackers to ever play at alabama. ragland, from madison, alabama, played primarily on special teams as a freshman on the team that would win a national championship in 2012. in 2013, he backed up cj mosley and was able to showcase his skills, even with limited playing time. after mosley left, ragland took over as one of the two starting ilbs and would have a very solid season, picking up 93 tackles and 10.5 tackles for loss. his performance in 2014 earned him first team all-sec honors and set high expectations for the season to come. those expectations were easily surpassed. in 2015, ragland would amass 102 tackles and 2.5 sacks whilst leading alabama to its 16th national championship. he would be awarded sec defensive player of the year and would be voted first team all-sec and a unanimous all-american that final season with the tide. after that spectacular season, ragland would graduate and be drafted by the buffalo bills where he ended up being a misfit due to a defense formation change. he would be traded to kansas city who run his preferred 3-4 base defense and he is now a starting ilb for the chiefs. ragland’s game-changing ability was a crucial reason for the tide’s improbable run in 2015 and it is good to see that his ability is now being well utilized in the pros. roll tide @reggieragland and good luck this season!
Days until Bama Football: 
Kenyan Drake (17)

Kenyan Drake is one of the grittiest and most under appreciated running backs Alabama has ever had. Drake, from, Powder Springs, Georgia, arrived at Alabama in 2012 and was part of the National Championship winning team as the 3rd string running back, in a season in which he didn’t really see the ball too much. That changed in 2013 when he was elevated to back up after Eddie Lacy left. That 2013 season he rushed for 694 yards on 92 carries and picked up 8 rushing TDs along the way. Mostly because of injury that would be his best statistical rushing season. In 2014, it looked like he was set up to have a stellar season but 5 games into the season, he broke his leg and was out for the rest of the year. He came back his senior year stronger than ever in 2015 and was a great change of pace, along side a back like Derrick Henry. That season he achieved 408 yards on 77 carries and 276 yards on 29 receptions (by far his best receiving season) which were pretty solid numbers considering he broke his arm and missed 2 games. The stats are solid but the lasting memory that all Tide fans have about Drake was the kick return against Clemson in the 2016 National Championship. With our offense looking stagnant, Kenyan returned a kick for a TD in the 4th quarter, putting the game out of reach for the Tigers. He would graduate after that season and enter he 2016 NFL Draft. The Dolphins would take him in the 3rd Round of the NFL Draft and he has enjoyed a fantastic start to his career in Miami. For the majority of his time there, he has been a backup but he has worked hard and taken his chances and now he is the co-starting running back alongside Future Hall of Famer Frank Gore. Roll Tide @kdx32 and good luck this season!
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Days until bama football:
kenyan drake (17)

kenyan drake is one of the grittiest and most under appreciated running backs alabama has ever had. drake, from, powder springs, georgia, arrived at alabama in 2012 and was part of the national championship winning team as the 3rd string running back, in a season in which he didn’t really see the ball too much. that changed in 2013 when he was elevated to back up after eddie lacy left. that 2013 season he rushed for 694 yards on 92 carries and picked up 8 rushing tds along the way. mostly because of injury that would be his best statistical rushing season. in 2014, it looked like he was set up to have a stellar season but 5 games into the season, he broke his leg and was out for the rest of the year. he came back his senior year stronger than ever in 2015 and was a great change of pace, along side a back like derrick henry. that season he achieved 408 yards on 77 carries and 276 yards on 29 receptions (by far his best receiving season) which were pretty solid numbers considering he broke his arm and missed 2 games. the stats are solid but the lasting memory that all tide fans have about drake was the kick return against clemson in the 2016 national championship. with our offense looking stagnant, kenyan returned a kick for a td in the 4th quarter, putting the game out of reach for the tigers. he would graduate after that season and enter he 2016 nfl draft. the dolphins would take him in the 3rd round of the nfl draft and he has enjoyed a fantastic start to his career in miami. for the majority of his time there, he has been a backup but he has worked hard and taken his chances and now he is the co-starting running back alongside future hall of famer frank gore. roll tide @kdx32 and good luck this season!
Days until Bama Football:
Terrell Lewis (24)

Terrell Lewis was set up to be an impact player from the OLB position this season and although he tore his ACL, don’t count him out this year. Lewis, from Washington, DC, was looking like he was going to have a breakout season last year but in the first game of the season against FSU, he suffered an elbow injury that was thought to be a season ending injury. That ended up not being the case as he came back for the Playoff and made many plays including a crucial sack in OT of the National Championship game (clip). After having last year was robbed from Lewis by bad luck, this coming season looked like it could be the season where he really got to show his stuff. Again though, the injury bug hit him and this time he tore his ACL, which is thought to be a season ending injury. Since then, coaches such as DC Tosh Lupoi have said things to make the fans believe that he could come back sooner. Our linebacking core is very thin right now, so it would be a blessing if Lewis could return at any point this season but what’s most important is that he does not rush this injury that has ended many careers. Good luck on your road to recovery @_real24 and I hope to see you some time this season!
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Days until bama football:
terrell lewis (24)

terrell lewis was set up to be an impact player from the olb position this season and although he tore his acl, don’t count him out this year. lewis, from washington, dc, was looking like he was going to have a breakout season last year but in the first game of the season against fsu, he suffered an elbow injury that was thought to be a season ending injury. that ended up not being the case as he came back for the playoff and made many plays including a crucial sack in ot of the national championship game (clip). after having last year was robbed from lewis by bad luck, this coming season looked like it could be the season where he really got to show his stuff. again though, the injury bug hit him and this time he tore his acl, which is thought to be a season ending injury. since then, coaches such as dc tosh lupoi have said things to make the fans believe that he could come back sooner. our linebacking core is very thin right now, so it would be a blessing if lewis could return at any point this season but what’s most important is that he does not rush this injury that has ended many careers. good luck on your road to recovery @_real24 and i hope to see you some time this season!

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Days until Bama Football:
Freddie Milons (15)

Freddie Milons was one of the most talented athletes to play for the Tide during the late 90s to early 2000s. Milons, from Starkville, Mississippi, could be dangerous at practically any skill position. He was a WR first but he also had success with the Tide at RB, Kick/Punt Returner, and as you can see in this clip from the ‘99 SEC Championship Game, QB. Through his 4 year career for the Tide which began in 1998, Milons would be voted First Team All-SEC and would be of course win the SEC Championship in 1999, of which he was the MVP of. After Bama, Milons was drafted in the 5th Round by the Philadelphia Eagles, but would move from team to team throughout his NFL career, eventually retiring after 4 years in the league. Thank you Freddie and Roll Tide!
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Days until bama football:
freddie milons (15)

freddie milons was one of the most talented athletes to play for the tide during the late 90s to early 2000s. milons, from starkville, mississippi, could be dangerous at practically any skill position. he was a wr first but he also had success with the tide at rb, kick/punt returner, and as you can see in this clip from the ‘99 sec championship game, qb. through his 4 year career for the tide which began in 1998, milons would be voted first team all-sec and would be of course win the sec championship in 1999, of which he was the mvp of. after bama, milons was drafted in the 5th round by the philadelphia eagles, but would move from team to team throughout his nfl career, eventually retiring after 4 years in the league. thank you freddie and roll tide!

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The Crimson Standard: AD Greg Byrne has announced major renovations to Bryant-Denny Stadium and Coleman Coliseum among others.
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Bryant-Denny: One main change is a new entrance to the locker rooms for the home team. Another main change, is the introduction of a scoreboard in the south end zone, which Greg Byrne says will be the biggest in the SEC. There will also be a slight capacity reduction and the addition of many club sections around the Stadium.
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Coleman: Coleman will go under a massive renovation, pretty much starting from scratch on the inside. The inside will be converted into more of a bowl shape which will provide a better viewing experience for fans and will do better to trap noise in the arena. Similar to Bryant-Denny,  Coleman will reduce the amount of seats, to around 10,000, and will add fan club sections across the arena. ————————————————————————
Overall, these new renovations are fantastic, especially Coleman Coliseum imo. What do y’all think?
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The crimson standard: ad greg byrne has announced major renovations to bryant-denny stadium and coleman coliseum among others.
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bryant-denny: one main change is a new entrance to the locker rooms for the home team. another main change, is the introduction of a scoreboard in the south end zone, which greg byrne says will be the biggest in the sec. there will also be a slight capacity reduction and the addition of many club sections around the stadium.
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coleman: coleman will go under a massive renovation, pretty much starting from scratch on the inside. the inside will be converted into more of a bowl shape which will provide a better viewing experience for fans and will do better to trap noise in the arena. similar to bryant-denny, coleman will reduce the amount of seats, to around 10,000, and will add fan club sections across the arena. ————————————————————————
overall, these new renovations are fantastic, especially coleman coliseum imo. what do y’all think?

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Days until Bama Football:
Jamey Mosley (16)

Jamey Mosley will play a massive role this year at linebacker. Mosley, from Theodore, Alabama, didn’t get many offers out of high school so he chose to walk on for the Tide, where his brother CJ Mosley starred. Throughout his Alabama career, what has stood out is his quickness, his physical ability off the edge (6’ 5” and 240 lbs) and his fantastic work ethic, which is one of the reasons Saban cited for why Mosley earned his scholarship. Although the RS Senior has been primarily a backup throughout his career, he should get plenty of game time this season due to the combination of his skill and his experience, and the loss of guys like Terrell Lewis, Vandarius Cowan, and Keith Holcombe have shortened our depth at the linebacker position this season, making it very important for Mosley to step up and lead this defense. This is the money year for Jamey Mosley and I can see him making a really big name for himself this season! Roll Tide @jameflame and good luck this season!
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Days until bama football:
jamey mosley (16)

jamey mosley will play a massive role this year at linebacker. mosley, from theodore, alabama, didn’t get many offers out of high school so he chose to walk on for the tide, where his brother cj mosley starred. throughout his alabama career, what has stood out is his quickness, his physical ability off the edge (6’ 5” and 240 lbs) and his fantastic work ethic, which is one of the reasons saban cited for why mosley earned his scholarship. although the rs senior has been primarily a backup throughout his career, he should get plenty of game time this season due to the combination of his skill and his experience, and the loss of guys like terrell lewis, vandarius cowan, and keith holcombe have shortened our depth at the linebacker position this season, making it very important for mosley to step up and lead this defense. this is the money year for jamey mosley and i can see him making a really big name for himself this season! roll tide @jameflame and good luck this season!

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Kobe said winning chips and games is wonderful but after that giving back to the next generation is big share your knowledge with them and hope that they can accomplish much more 💪🏾💪🏾💯 #dame💯 #rolldamntide

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Days until Bama Football: 
Kenyan Drake (17)

Kenyan Drake is one of the grittiest and most under appreciated running backs Alabama has ever had. Drake, from, Powder Springs, Georgia, arrived at Alabama in 2012 and was part of the National Championship winning team as the 3rd string running back, in a season in which he didn’t really see the ball too much. That changed in 2013 when he was elevated to back up after Eddie Lacy left. That 2013 season he rushed for 694 yards on 92 carries and picked up 8 rushing TDs along the way. Mostly because of injury that would be his best statistical rushing season. In 2014, it looked like he was set up to have a stellar season but 5 games into the season, he broke his leg and was out for the rest of the year. He came back his senior year stronger than ever in 2015 and was a great change of pace, along side a back like Derrick Henry. That season he achieved 408 yards on 77 carries and 276 yards on 29 receptions (by far his best receiving season) which were pretty solid numbers considering he broke his arm and missed 2 games. The stats are solid but the lasting memory that all Tide fans have about Drake was the kick return against Clemson in the 2016 National Championship. With our offense looking stagnant, Kenyan returned a kick for a TD in the 4th quarter, putting the game out of reach for the Tigers. He would graduate after that season and enter he 2016 NFL Draft. The Dolphins would take him in the 3rd Round of the NFL Draft and he has enjoyed a fantastic start to his career in Miami. For the majority of his time there, he has been a backup but he has worked hard and taken his chances and now he is the co-starting running back alongside Future Hall of Famer Frank Gore. Roll Tide @kdx32 and good luck this season!
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Days until bama football:
kenyan drake (17)

kenyan drake is one of the grittiest and most under appreciated running backs alabama has ever had. drake, from, powder springs, georgia, arrived at alabama in 2012 and was part of the national championship winning team as the 3rd string running back, in a season in which he didn’t really see the ball too much. that changed in 2013 when he was elevated to back up after eddie lacy left. that 2013 season he rushed for 694 yards on 92 carries and picked up 8 rushing tds along the way. mostly because of injury that would be his best statistical rushing season. in 2014, it looked like he was set up to have a stellar season but 5 games into the season, he broke his leg and was out for the rest of the year. he came back his senior year stronger than ever in 2015 and was a great change of pace, along side a back like derrick henry. that season he achieved 408 yards on 77 carries and 276 yards on 29 receptions (by far his best receiving season) which were pretty solid numbers considering he broke his arm and missed 2 games. the stats are solid but the lasting memory that all tide fans have about drake was the kick return against clemson in the 2016 national championship. with our offense looking stagnant, kenyan returned a kick for a td in the 4th quarter, putting the game out of reach for the tigers. he would graduate after that season and enter he 2016 nfl draft. the dolphins would take him in the 3rd round of the nfl draft and he has enjoyed a fantastic start to his career in miami. for the majority of his time there, he has been a backup but he has worked hard and taken his chances and now he is the co-starting running back alongside future hall of famer frank gore. roll tide @kdx32 and good luck this season!

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With the A-Day game in the books, what were your final thoughts??⬇
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Overall, I think the team looked good. Not going to go into detail now, I will be going over individual position groups this week.
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With the a-day game in the books, what were your final thoughts??⬇
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overall, i think the team looked good. not going to go into detail now, i will be going over individual position groups this week.
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