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- ESPN’s All-Access remained ongoing as practice got started. The cameras focused on Saban, of course, and Tom Rinaldi watched on.
- CB Bradley Sylve was a full participant. He still has a bit of a limp, but he looks to be in good position to play Saturday. Same with CB Deion Belue (toe).
- DL Dakota Ball was back on the practice field for the first time in more than a month. Ball missed most of August after an appendectomy and had been recently sidelined with a broken foot. The redshirt freshman has yet to play a down for Alabama. Ball wore a non-contact jersey.
- RB Jalston Fowler wore a normal jersey and appears to be good to go for Saturday.
- Freshman RB Alvin Kamara was not spotted.
- DE LaMichael Fanning’s suspension remains ongoing.
- Nationally, Sunday’s show attracted more than 15.8 million viewers and was the fourth most-watched show of the week, according to CBS News.
- Nick Saban addresses latest report linking him to the Texas job.
- LSU’s style of play is very similar to Alabama’s.
- Arkansas’ Bret Bielema cracks the top three of the USA Today study.
- “I do respect very much so the quality of how LSU executes what they do,” Saban says.
- AJ McCarron up for awards recognizing play on and off the field.
- ESPN reporter Tom Rinaldi began the day by walking into the Mal Moore Athletic Complex with Nick Saban and asking him about his daily routine, including how many hours he works during an average game week.
- There’s no reason to think Saban isn’t going to coach at Alabama for years to come, no matter how many Texas stories you read.
- Check out a trailer for the 60 Minutes Sports segment that will air Wednesday night on Showtime.
- The Alabama baseball team kicked off the final week of fall workouts with the Crimson and Gray World Series on Tuesday afternoon, as the Gray squad opened the series with a 7-6 win. Alabama will continue the Crimson and Gray World Series on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m., with game two of the series, before wrapping up the series on Friday at 6:05 p.m. from Sewell-Thomas Stadium.