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September 2, 2015    
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Nick Sabanís to do list
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Biegel, set to start at right tackle when UW opens the season Saturday against No. 3 Alabama, went through full-contact work for the first time since suffering a concussion Aug. 14 . . .
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

"We've seen that they can be gashed for a lot. I think this game, we should be able to win . . .
Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

Wisconsin's offensive line suffered through a rash of injuries during fall camp, as at least eight different players missed practice time because of injuries . . .
Badger Nation

The Tide defensive line is at least two deep, and Wisconsin doesn't play the uptempo pace that will prevent Alabama from subbing in fresh bodies . . .

Saban's crew is solid, has questions and, if it answers them correctly, will be considered a team that's worthy of a national championship . . .
Bleacher Report

"I can just tell the ways guys are walking around today that we are excited that it's game week," Howard said . . .
Crimson White

The University of Alabama football team continued in full pads on Tuesday afternoon . . .
University of Alabama

In an effort to both recover physically and develop that consistency, Griffith has drastically altered his approach at practice, including taking the occasional break from kicking . . .
Florence Times-Daily

One of them will be getting the good news at some point this week . . .
Gadsden Times

Against a run-heavy team like No. 20 Wisconsin, Lee should see a lot of playing time . . .
Huntsville Times

"I've been told before, and I know this to be a fact, that the two most important people in Alabama are Nick Saban and the quarterback of Alabama," Murray said. "That's just a fact . . .
Mobile Press-Register

On the days I have to kick, I just get at least five or 10 kicks and go into my period and I'm good. I'm not kicking as much, because really I don't need to . . .
Bama Magazine

When I asked him Monday to single out the biggest question he has about his ninth Alabama football team, Saban didn't say quarterback or offensive line or secondary . . .
Birmingham News

"I think we have a lot of guys this year who can make plays on the field, a lot of playmakers . . .
Huntsville Times

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"I thought both teams competed well and ran a great race. That being said, we know we still have a lot of work to do to see the kinds of results we are expecting . . .
University of Alabama

"It's a big mountain to climb," Voight said. "I have the greatest respect for Bear Bryant . . .
Birmingham News

Jones was named 4A Hitter of the Year by the Alabama Sports Writers Association following his junior year. He registered a .646 on-base percentage, a .592 batting average, hit four home runs and he drove in 30 runs in the campaign . . .
Bama Magazine

Other News of Note
Petrino's offense against Will Muschamp's defense is the single best coaching matchup of Week One . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Sunseri was one of five former Alabama players on the NFL's official transactions list on Tuesday . . .
Birmingham News

Nowhere more than on ESPN's "First Take," where NFL analyst Ryan Clark called Richardson "the worst running back of all-time . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Johnson was one of the 274 players on the wrong side of the NFL's transactions as Cincinnati waived the former Andalusia High School and Alabama Crimson Tide standout . . .
Birmingham News

Yet after several turbulent, realignment-charged years, no conference has been turned on its head the way the Big 12 has, where the nouveau riche now reign supreme like never seen before . . .
ESPN Magazine



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