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So, we're trucking along toward number three in 4 years. And I'm thinking back to Sabans theme of each team having its own " identity" .
One thing I recall when I look back is the subtle changes that have taken place each season. I believe these little changes have forced other coaches to stay on their toes and not be able to dig deeper into our gameplan because we are slightly different each year.
New coaches are what is keeping our team updated! They each might bring technique changes, new ideas and wrinkles, personality. These slight changes to our team and persona have kept a slightly updated product on the field each year and forced teams to have to reevaluate us year in and year out. Maybe our 3-4 schematically doesn't change much but the personal and technique at delineate has changed. So has the line backing.
Just a thought I had this am and would like to hear others thoughts or expansion on this idea.
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Christopher Walsh covers Alabama football for BamaOnline, 247Sports, and is the author of 18 books.
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