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When it comes to tackles, Alabama's numbers once again reflect that defensive balance is much better than having one player making the majority of plays:
Christopher Walsh covers Alabama football for BamaOnline, 247Sports, and is the author of 18 books.
The stat pack series so far:
Wide receivers: http://alabama.247sports.com/Article/Last-season-helped-show-just-how-good-Julio-Jones-was-77114
Running backs: http://alabama.247sports.com/Article/Whos-the-better-running-back-Mark-Ingram-or-Trent-Richardson-77205
Good stuff, thanks Chris. Wow, Bradie James was a tackling machine.
"Character" is doing the right thing when nobody is looking.
Good stuff Chris, appears Bradie James was a tackling machine.
Wonder where Hightower would be on the list if not for his knee injury. Missed basically a whole season and played soft the next full season.
Hey Chris, good stuff. I think Bradie James may have been some kind of tackling machine.
This post was edited by Gary Dodson on 6/14/2012 at 6:22 PM
I can only think of two words to describe Bradie James - tackling machine.
Hey, has anyone ever heard of this tackling machine named bradie james? Just a good joke. Thanks as always Chris
This post was edited by shawnboy on 6/16/2012 at 5:19 AM
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^You guys are on the right track but you forgot to thank Chris. Edit post for +1's
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