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Football Hits the Field for Two Practices

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala.- The Alabama football team returned to the practice fields after its Saturday scrimmage for its third two-a-day of fall camp on Monday. The Crimson Tide practiced once in the morning and will return to the Thomas-Drew Practice Fields for a session under the lights this evening.

Alabama has now met 13 times thus far in fall camp, including the night session and the Tide’s first scrimmage. The scrimmage gave the players a taste of what each side of the ball has to offer early on.

“Every day is going to be tough, going against a team that runs; you have to butt-heads with those big guys,” junior linebacker C.J. Mosley said of the Tide offensive line. “But, like I said, it’s good for us and it’s good for them, because you see good players like them in the SEC, and they are going to see linebackers like us.”

Alabama will have another scrimmage on Saturday and then will go up against competition from a different locker room as it will face Michigan on Saturday, Sept. 1, at Cowboys Stadium.

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