You can mock that all you want, but I really don't understand the logic of most practices being held indoors in pristine conditions when the games are played outdoors in all types of conditions. I really wonder how many other programs do that? If it is a common practice, I would like to know why and then I will stand corrected. But this article from last year makes it sound like Alabama usually tries to practice outdoors.
Alabama football hosted its first indoor practice of fall camp due to poor weather conditions in the Tuscaloosa area on Wednesday. Heavy rain and temperatures around the high 80s forced to practice to be held indoors at the Hank Crisp Indoor Facility adjacent to the Thomas-Drew Practice Fields.
Lots of unknowns here for tomorrows position groups pressers.Below are details for Thursday and Friday’s post-practice media availability.
On Thursday, special teams coordinator Bill Busch, assistant coaches Barrett Ruud and Bryan Applewhite and 4-6 selected players will be available to the media. Practice is scheduled to conclude around 10:55 a.m.
Head Coach Scott Frost will be available to the media after practice on Friday. Practice should conclude around 10:40 a.m.
Wait.................... we are 15-29 with 5 straight losing seasons15-29, with 5 straight losing seasons lessens demand. Frankly, I bow down that the streak is still alive, kudos to all the Nebraska fans out there for still showing out. Anywhere else, ANYWHERE, and they’ve got 70% capacity at best, losing that much.
At first glance The video seemed like it these guys didn’t look that big except for Jahlen. I looked at the roster n Jahlen weighs 345; Nash is 330; Ty is 310, Colton is 275. Jahlen is 6’8”; Ty is 6’6”; Nash is 6’4”. So we do have the size If these guys turn out to be starters. Hopefully they now have the strength n technique to be difference makers. The roster lists only 10 DL! When someone gets injured we will be thin at that position.Embed of that video RR posted a little earlier