Crimson Tide: Under the Lights (Wed. night)
SportsSouth followed the Crimson Tide at spring practice, and fans will get an inside look of the players and coaches especially coach Nick Saban.
Coach Nick Saban wears a microphone during spring practice, and is Live during the A-Day Game as well.
SportsSouth scheduled air times:
Wednesday, June 4, 10:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 5, 9:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 8, 4:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 12, 9:00 p.m.
All programs slated for central time.
Coach Nick Saban on the tradition of Alabama football:
"It's great to be back in college football. There is a great tradition here. There's a tremendous passion, support, and pride. The tradition here is ...there's no place that's won 12 national championships and 21 SEC championships. There's uniqueness in that accomplishment, and most of it was Bear Bryant, but there's uniqueness in Bear Bryant, in maybe being the best football coach of all time."
Coach Saban on spring practice:
"The most important thing about spring practice to me is improvement. You want to try to get the best players and after you get this improvement, where do these players fit the best?"
Junior defensive back Javier Arenas:
"He's one of us. That sums it up. He's one of us. He understands what we are going through, off the football field, in the classroom, from a personal standpoint, he can relate. It makes it easy to communicate, and that is half the battle right there. I love his coaching style. I love him as a coach."
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