Alabama finally kicked off its preparations for the 2012 season last week—with head coach Nick Saban calling the team’s summer preparations the best he has seen from any of his clubs since arriving at the Capstone.
While that news has to be pleasing for Tide fans, the Crimson Tide still have plenty of goals left to accomplish before leaving for its season-opening mega tilt with No. 8 Michigan in Dallas on Sept. 1.
On a roster heavy on talent, but light on experience, Saban and his staff still have time to evaluate the areas that concern them the most before turning their attention to the Wolverines.
What issues will the coaches be looking to monitor during fall camp?
Here are five things that must occur in Alabama’s fall camp.