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ESPN's Paul Finebaum appeared on the “McElroy & Cubelic in the Morning,” show and gave his opinion on Kalen DeBoer's new staff at Alabama. Per SDS:

“I think it’s a really interesting collection of people. I hear some groans every once in a while when a name is announced. But it’s his staff, he’s got to find the right chemistry,” Finebaum explained. “Did he receive a big blow when he lost two of his coaches? Yeah, there’s no getting around that, but I think it’s very difficult to look at individuals without looking at the whole body… This is not an individual deal here, it’s a collective amalgamation of a bunch of different people.”

Overall, Finebaum says it really boils down to how well the collective group can work together and recruit within the SEC:

“It comes down to really the most important thing: how does the staff work together? And equally important in the SEC, how is he going to be able to recruit? It’s too early to get too many signs,” said Finebaum.
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Geaux Guy2 months
Bunch of dorks
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Bham4Tide2 months
Basically comes down to winning - and it’s still a strong team with what should be a pretty good offensive unit. So, vying for the SEC and making the playoffs is the key the first year.
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