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Alabama Football Post-Spring Preview: The Good, the Bad and the Unknown
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The 2011 A-Day game has passed and it was a great success, as 92,310 people showed up not only for the spring game but also for the highly anticipated unveiling of the Nick Saban statue.

Nothing that happened on the field, unless there had been a major injury, was going to steal from the excitement of that afternoon. Not only was the unveiling of the statue a success but the game was as well.

There are still plenty of questions that have to be answered before the season starts. However, there were plenty of reasons to be excited. Now comes the most dreaded time in a college football fan's year: the summer.

No matter what team you cheer for, you are just holding your breath hoping no one gets in trouble and no one gets injured.

This, however, is one of my favorite times of the year. Over the next two weeks, I will be releasing my post-spring, pre-fall team previews. During this time, I will post articles on Bleacher Report for all 12 SEC teams.

I also will have a corresponding radio program you can listen to live online. You will be able to call the live show with any questions, comments or disagreements. In each of these reports, I will release the good, the bad and the unknown for each team.

Once fall practice starts, I will be attending at least one practice for each of the 12 teams. At that time, I will release a final preseason analysis and projected rankings.

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