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Alabama practice report: Notes on injured players Updated Aug 13, 3:40 PM;Posted Aug 13, 3:38 PM By Michael Casagrande | mcasagrande@al.com
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With a heat advisory in Tuscaloosa, it made sense that Alabama went indoors for its Tuesday afternoon practice. The feels-like temperature at 3:15 p.m. CT was 111 degrees.

A few notes from what we observed in the media viewing period:

-- Offensive lineman Matt Womack was back working in the drills after being spotted off to the side in the last few practices. He was working beside first-team right tackle Jedrick Wills.

-- The first wave of offensive lineman had Emil Ekiyor Jr., at center and Evan Neal at left guard next to Alex Leatherwood.

-- Freshman OL Pierce Quick was spotted in the hallway wearing a walking boot and was not on the field.

-- Tackle Tommy Brown, who was on the receiving end of Terrell Lewis’ first pass rush attempt Saturday, is totally fine. He was working as the second-team right tackle with FSU grad transfer Landon Dickerson next to him at guard. Dickerson had been running with the first group when Womack was injured.

-- It was difficult to see the defensive line but DJ Dale was again not spotted as he works back from a minor knee injury.

-- Chadarius Townsend was again working with the running backs. It’s safe to assume he’ll be there for the foreseeable future after Trey Sanders’ foot injury.

-- Radio announcer Eli Gold was watching the action from the sideline. From a brief conversation, it sounds like fellow broadcaster Chris Stewart is doing well after having bypass surgery Monday.

-- It’s also worth noting there’s a new field turf surface in the indoor practice facility this year. The new stuff looks considerably sturdier than that last batch, which is important in the injury prevention battle.

-- Any official updates on injuries from Saban would come Thursday evening at his next scheduled news conference.


Michael Casagrande is an Alabama beat writer for the Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @By Casagrande or on Facebook.


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Crimson Tide Offense On Tuesday4:28
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Published on Aug 13, 2019
Tuesday, August 13, 2019



RollTide66
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Scott Moore's Evaluation after Alabama's First Fall Scrimmage20:59
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Published on Aug 12, 2019

Scott Moore of "iTalkSEC" and "The Jay Barker Show" joined Host Gary Harris to discuss his early observations and impressions on Alabama's latest squad after Alabama's first fall scrimmage


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al.com reported the following on Wynn:

— Defensive lineman Stephon Wynn was not spotted. He was injured Saturday during the team’s first scrimmage and then posted Sunday on his Instagram account that he underwent surgery.



I reported this over the weekend. Him and Mcmillon were hurt on the same play.

LINK
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Chadarius Townsend was again working with the running backs. It’s safe to assume he’ll be there for the foreseeable future after Trey Sanders’ foot injury.



So 8 scholarship WRs working at WR. With red formation, that’s only 2 deep. I like his chances of seeing the field this year.


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Would a Leatherwood-Neal-Ekiyor-Womack-Wills starting 5 be the largest OL in the country? All of those guys are absolutely massive human beings.
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So 8 scholarship WRs working at WR. With red formation, that’s only 2 deep. I like his chances of seeing the field this year.

I believe Slade will play a lot this season


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Stephen A Smith - Kobe / MJ
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Told the Alabama Football players this story about Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan!


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RollTide66
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Days until Football


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I used this one. It’s when he first saw us at A Day.


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I reported this over the weekend. Him and Mcmillon were hurt on the same play.

Do you know or can you find out details about his injury and surgery. I've seen posts it wasn't major and a post that he got rolled up on. If true, I'm guessing ankle sprain and "tightrope" procedure.
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If so he would be out and be back by 3rd game.


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I don't know him, but he looks like a guy that knows how to party! Damn, I need to be y'alls friend


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10 Fastest College Football Players in 2019
(SEC Rant post by jatebe)

Aug 13, 2019 by All-Pro Track & Field Founder
(SEC players in bold)

1. Anthony Schwartz(Auburn)
2. Kary Vincent (LSU)
3. Shaun Shivers(Auburn)
4. Henry Ruggs III(Alabama)
5. Jaylen Waddle (Alabama)

6. Jonathan Taylor(Wisconsin)
7. Jalen Reagor (TCU)
8. Troy Pride Jr.(Notre Dame)
9. Devonte’ Smith(Alabama)
10. Jerry Jeudy(Alabama)


AllProtrackandfield.com
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Crimson Tide Continues Week of Prep for Second Scrimmage of Fall Camp
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Jaylen Waddle named to the 2019 Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Alabama football team put in two hours of work in full pads on Tuesday afternoon inside the Hank Crisp Indoor Facility.

Tuesday's session marked the midway point in a series of 20 practices for the Crimson Tide as it prepares for its season-opening contest with Duke in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Ga. The matchup between the Crimson Tide and Blue Devils is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 31 with a 2:30 p.m. CT kickoff on ABC.

Also on Tuesday, Tide wide receiver Jaylen Waddle was tabbed as one of 42 players on the 2019 Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award watch list.

The Houston, Texas, native is a threat every time he touches the ball as both a wideout and a returner, Waddle is coming off a standout first year in Tuscaloosa. The 2018 season saw him finish as the SEC Freshman of the Year and earn Freshman All-America honors thanks to impressive numbers in the passing and return games. Waddle averaged 18.8 yards per catch thanks to 45 receptions for 848 yards and seven touchdowns. He led all SEC first-year receivers in receptions per game (3.1) and receiving yards per game (56.5) and saw 30 of his catches result in an Alabama first down or touchdown. Waddle added 16 punt returns for 233 yards and one score with his 14.6 yards per return ranking second in the SEC and fifth nationally.

The Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award is presented to the top offensive player in NCAA Division I football who exhibits the enduring characteristics that define Earl Campbell: integrity, performance, teamwork, sportsmanship, drive, community and tenacity. Nominees must either be born in Texas and/or graduated from a Texas high school and or played at a Texas-based junior college or four-year college.


Get all the latest information on the team by following @AlabamaFTBL on Twitter and Facebook and AlabamaFBL on Instagram. General athletic news can also be found at UA_Athletics on Twitter and Instagram and AlabamaAthletics on Facebook.


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Tracking college football's 2019 season-ending injuries By Chris Hummer
Fall camp is well underway, which means injuries are starting to pile up. There will be no injury report in college football this season – much to Vegas’ dismay. But 247Sports is here to provide somewhat of an alternative: A running list of season-ending injuries during the 2019 campaign. 247Sports starting Aug. 1 will keep up major season-ending injuries for Power Five programs, including a quick breakdown of what each injury means for the school.

Follow along below:

August 10

Trey Sanders, RB, Alabama: The top-rated running back in the 2019 class, Sanders suffered a likely season-ending foot injury last Thursday, per AL.com. Sanders was expected to serve as Alabama’s third-string running back. That doesn’t sound like a huge blow, but remember Najee Harris earned 117 carries in that role last season. Brian Robinson and Harris are expected to be the Tide’s 1-2 punch in 2019.

Joshua McMillon, LB, Alabama: The Tide’s projected starting middle linebacker alongside Dylan Moses, McMillon is expected to miss the 2019 season with a knee injury. 247Sports on Monday went in-depth on how Alabama could replace McMillon.

Monterio Hunt, WR, Rutgers: A JUCO transfer from Northwest Mississippi CC, Hunt suffered a torn ACL in practice last week. Hunt was expected to help bolster a wide receiver group that caught just 72 passes last season.

August 9

Rashad Weaver, DE, Pittsburgh: The Panthers’ defense suffered a huge blow with the news Weaver had torn his ACL. The redshirt junior was Pittsburgh’s top returning defensive lineman. He finished last season with 47 tackles and 6.5 sacks. Watch for Patrick Jones to pick up much of Pitt’s pass rushing load at defensive end.

Tre Norwood, DB, Oklahoma: Last season was a rough one for the Sooners’ defense, and it didn’t start well in 2019 with Norwood’s injury. Norwood started 14 games last season at corner, and he was expected to man the Sooners’ nickel role – a key position in Alex Grinch’s defense. Brendan Radley-Hiles now becomes the frontrunner for Oklahoma’s nickel role.

Noah Daniels, CB, TCU: Daniels is expected to miss the 2019 season after undergoing surgery to repair an undisclosed injury. This is a blow to the Horned Frogs' back-end depth. Daniels played in 13 games last season, and he was expected to be senior Julius Lewis' backup at corner.

August 7

Emmit Gooden, DE, Tennessee:
The Vols had questions at defensive tackle entering fall camp, and those are even further magnified following Gooden’s season-ending knee injury. Gooden was expected to start at nose tackle following a productive season with 33 tackles and 7.5 tackles for loss. Everyone behind Gooden is somewhat inexperienced on a line that saw three seniors depart. Tennessee’s returning numbers along the line are 18 tackles, two tackles for loss and one sack. The Vols are currently awaiting word on Michigan transfer Aubrey Solomon’s eligibility appeal. If approved Solomon would provide Tennessee a much-needed proven presence inside.

Quinn Carroll, OT, Notre Dame: The No. 112 overall player in the 2019 class, Carroll suffered a knee injury early in fall camp that's expected to keep him out for the entire season. Carroll wasn't a candidate to start, but he would've likely saw playing time in four games during his redshirt campaign.

August 6

CJ McWilliams, DB, Florida: McWilliams ruptured his Achilles during fall camp, which is a blow to Florida’s secondary depth. The redshirt junior became a rotation player a season ago, starting two games. He was in a competition for Florida’s Star position. The Gators have some depth issues in the secondary behind starters CJ Henderson and Marco Wilson. Trey Dean will likely start at Star, but someone like Wilson could also flex inside.

Devontae Davis, DT, South Carolina: Davis suffered a foot sprain in fall camp that will likely cost him the entire 2019 season. The former JUCO transfer had 30 tackles and 10 tackles for loss last season at Georgia Military College. South Carolina is deep along the defensive front with players like Javon Kinlaw and Zacch Pickens expected to star.

Jeshaun Jones, WR, Maryland: The Terps suffered a huge blow last week after Jones tore his ACL during the team's first day in full pads. Jones, a sophomore, was expected to be Maryland's top receiving threat. He finished last season with 22 catches for 288 yards and five touchdowns. Jones' injury is a huge blow to a wide receiver corps that managed just 1,695 yards through the air in 2018. Fellow sophomore Dontay Demus is a potential candidate to step up as the Terps' go-to receiving threat.

August 5

Jeromy Reichner, DL, Oregon State: The redshirt senior tore his ACL during fall camp after playing just five games last season due to injury. Reichner was expected to be a rotation piece along the Beavers' defensive front. He finished last season with five tackles and one tackle for loss.

Gabe Lloyd, TE, Wisconsin: A thin position for the Badgers suffered a blow on the first day of fall camp when Lloyd suffered a right leg injury. The junior tight end was expected to bring some needed experience to a position room that now has only one healthy upperclassman (Luke Benzschawel). Jake Ferguson is Wisconsin's returning starter at tight end after catching 36 passes for 456 yards last season as a redshirt freshman.

August 4

Noah Gatlin, OL, Arkansas: Gatlin suffered an ACL tear early in Arkansas' fall camp. The redshirt freshman right tackle started two games for the Hogs last season, playing in four total. He was expected to compete for a rotation spot at tackle. Expect Dalton Wagner to emerge as the Razorbacks' full-time starter at right tackle.

Cole Bunce, K, TCU:
The Horned Frogs’ kickoff specialist was riding a scooter on campus when he was struck by a vehicle. TCU head coach Gary Patterson said he doesn’t expect Bunce to play the rest of the year. A senior, Bunce went 4-for-9 on field goals last season in addition to his kickoff duties. Senior Jonathan Song and freshman Griffin Kell are options to take over kickoff duties


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That’s what I’ve come to understand.


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