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Topic: TNET: CFP Media Day: Carman at tight end, Pollard at center, and OL surgery update
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TNET: CFP Media Day: Carman at tight end, Pollard at center, and OL surgery update

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Jan 5, 2019, 3:35 PM

 
CFP Media Day: Carman at tight end, Pollard at center, and OL surgery update

The College Football Playoff National Championship Media Day was held Saturday morning at the SAP Center, and we have plenty of team related nuggets and quotes to pass along.
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Jan 5, 2019, 4:16 PM

Did Pollard start at center?

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Jan 5, 2019, 5:52 PM

If that's the case with scholarship TE's, J.C. Chalk maybe the only scholarship TE we have going into next season if Galloway don't get his positive drug test cleared up, and that's not good at all!!!

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Re: TNET: CFP Media Day: Carman at tight end, Pollard at center, and OL surgery update

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Jan 5, 2019, 8:00 PM

I liked Saban's response, and I'm not that big of a Saban fan. He sounded very reasonable when asking about replacements. The fact is that injuries happen, and they happen at positions where there is great depth, but they also happen where ranks are thin. All programs have those from time to time, and Alabama isn't immune to the injury bug, either. We will miss "Big Dex", for sure, and even though not due to injury, as Dabo says, "it;s next man up", and fortunately we now have quality depth and can replace him with a quality DL guy, just like AL can substitute with quality guys. Isn't it great to be elite? (Not so much a question, as a statement.) Tiger fans, we finally have arrived! Now, let's go kick some elephant back-sides!


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