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jwheels86
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Posted: 4/14/2012 8:11:30 PM
Did anyone see any difference in the offense, I only saw the first half. I saw many of the same run plays and short throws to all RB's? Did they open it up in the 2nd half some? It looks like they are running the same offense from what I saw
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Posted: 4/20/2012 6:14:54 PM
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Originally Posted by jwheels86:

Did anyone see any difference in the offense, I only saw the first half. I saw many of the same run plays and short throws to all RB's? Did they open it up in the 2nd half some? It looks like they are running the same offense from what I saw

They aren't going to show anything new on A-Day.  Saban has said that they will make some changes to adapt to the personel they have (a lot more playmakers), but I wouldn't expect any radical changes.

Alabama is going to be very good offensively this season because they will easily have (barring injuries) the best offensively line in the country.  So I think Nussmeyer will probably get a lot of credit for Alabama being so good offensively that he may not necessarily deserve.

 

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Posted: 4/22/2012 9:57:57 PM
I heard about that WR getting shot at about 30 minutes after it happened on the strip the other night.
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Posted: 4/23/2012 12:05:05 AM
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Originally Posted by jwheels86:

I heard about that WR getting shot at about 30 minutes after it happened on the strip the other night.

DeAndrew White wasn't shot.  In fact no one was shot.  The best information I have on the incident is that White was involved in a fight, and was being beaten by several men even after he was unconscience.  A worker from Buffalo Phils tried to intervene and was also severely beaten, and may have possibly suffered brain damage. Two other men who witnessed the beatings then discharged their firearms in the air to stop the beatings and disperse the crowds.  The only people I know who were arrested were the two men who fired shots in the air.  I'm assuming the investigation is ongoing.

 

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Posted: 4/23/2012 6:19:28 PM
Well when it happened my buddy got a call from Hanks that was there and that is what he thought happened, obviously it wasn't that someone  got shot but when he walked out of the bar hearing shots and saw two men laid out, it looked like what it was… .we thought after he told us that he was probably dead because this was directly after it happened at like 2 or 3 in the morning.
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