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2017 Schedule
14-1, 1st in SEC - West

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Mel Kiper Jr. projects that ILB prospects Reuben Foster and Jarrad Davis will go in the first round of the 2017 draft.

Tide's Foster enjoys draft process (1:59)
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1dAlex Scarborough

If anything, Alabama has a good problem at QB

At worst, Tua Tagovailoa is Alabama's safety net at quarterback. At best, he can push Jalen Hurts to improve and develop slowly as the understudy.

Foster hopes he can get past diluted sample incident (2:08)
Jalen Hurts grows into elite QB, team leader (2:47)
Allen says he sees fear in his opponent's eyes (1:12)
2dGerry Hamilton

Alabama starts 2019 class strong with OT Pierce Quick

Alabama’s A-Day not only showcased the future of the Crimson Tide’s program, but also brought the annual successful recruiting returns. Having not a commitment since February, Nick Saban kicked off the weekend by reeling in one of 2019’s best in-state lineman Pierce Quick.

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2dAlex Scarborough

Football sweeps through Alabama (yes, even in April)

Sure, Alabama's A-Day is one of the biggest April draws in the Heart of Dixie. But make no mistake, spring games at UAB and Troy also provide a window into a college-football-crazed state.

Weidl's Wisdom: NFL Draft (2:39)
Foster, Fournette should impress NFL scouts (2:27)
Who are the Saturday Stars? (1:13)
Examining Alabama's quarterbacks in A-Day (1:41)
Crimson team comes out on top over White team (3:00)

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It should not come as a surprise that Alabama leads the list of national title contenders heading into the 2017 college football season. However, some of the teams that are right on their tail may come as more of a surprise.

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Alabama early enrollees Tua Tagovailoa, Najee Harris and Jerry Jeudy all recorded game-highs in Saturday's spring game. Jeudy was named the game's MVP.

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4dAlex Scarborough

Saban: Tide not 'elite,' have time to improve

Nick Saban said he doesn't think Alabama is "an elite team right now," but he acknowledged that the Crimson Tide have plenty of time to improve before their season opener against Florida State.

Crimson Tide offense looks promising in spring game (2:30)

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Nick Saban: "I don't think we're an elite team right now. I think we're an adequate team. But I don't mean that in a negative way. We've come out of the spring a lot of years as an adequate team. It's how you respond."

Saban: 'We're not an elite team right now' (2:28)

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