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In a recent feature for 247Sports, college football analyst Brad Crawford suggested that Alabama's offensive line depth may be an issue. Per 247Sports...

"If you watched Alabama's spring game last month, you saw the Crimson Tide's biggest weakness front and center, albeit undermanned a bit. The offensive line yielded 12 sacks with multiple starters out and while the addition of Vanderbilt transfer Tyler Steen will help, it's an obvious position group of skepticism from outsiders for the defending SEC champions. Heisman winner Bryce Young will need time to operate and gel with an all-new group of wide receivers, not to mention the need for holes to open with Georgia Tech transfer Jahmyr Gibbs taking over as Alabama's first-team running back."
(The Spun)
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NPComb23 months
frick Bama.
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Eli Goldfinger23 months
The OL isn’t great, but they were also going against an elite group of pass rushers.
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BIGJLAW23 months
Yawn, if last years OL produced like they did, one of the worst in last 10 yrs, then this one will be better.
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