Alabama Football: 5 Statistics That Will Look Drastically Different in 2014

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Alabama Football: 5 Statistics That Will Look Drastically Different in 2014
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If there’s been one constant with the University of Alabama football program under the direction of Nick Saban it’s that none of the teams have been alike.

Granted, they’ve all played in the same schemes, and some of the changes have been minimal, but each team has had its own identity.

A good example is with the three national championship seasons. The 2009 squad rode Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram and dynamic backup Trent Richardson. The 2011 defense might have been the best anyone’s ever seen in college football. The same could be said of the 2012 offensive line.

Alabama in 2014 will be no different in that respect, with the coaches trying to mold everything around the talent on the roster—and there’s a whole lot of it this year.

Here are five Crimson Tide statistical categories that could see sharp changes from 2013:

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