Alabama linebacker Dylan Moses spoke with reporters Monday afternoon before heading back to the practice field after spending time with family over spring break.

The junior from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, told reporters that the team is focused on learning this spring, not worrying about the past or the future. Learning portions of the playbook during this week of practice, another portion later this summer, and during August's training camp as well.

"Not really worried about the past," Moses told reporters. "Not worried about the future, trying to be where the feet are. It's a learning process."

Moses fielded multiple questions ranging from the team's overall focus, to how the coaching changes have felt. You can hear the full interview in the video above.

"it really hasn't been like a coaching change," Moses told reporters about Pete Golding. "It's really just been a transition for him. From being inside linebackers coach, to being both linebackers coach and defensive coordinator, it's really just more added to his plate."

Alabama continues their third day of spring practice this afternoon. Don't forget to download the Tide102.9 app and stay connected with the Crimson Tide all year long.

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