Saban addresses complacency and how Alabama’s program doesn’t “have that situation.” He also talks offensive line and how he was “really pleased with how the offensive line developed this spring.”
One of Saban’s bigger concerns exiting spring was the leadership on defense. The Tide is loaded with playmakers, but they are going to need someone to step up and bring those guys together as a unit.
As far as the running back position goes, TJ Yeldon will be taking over the reigns as the No. 1 running back and Saban just expects him to improve upon his already stellar play.
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