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The SEC media days are rolling from Atlanta this week and Alabama quarterback Bryce Young stepped to the podium Tuesday to address the media about the upcoming season as well as the championship loss to Georgia.

Young and the Crimson Tide are coming off an impressive season, despite falling to the Georgia Bulldogs in the national championship game and have revenge on their minds.

"Its something that's been fueling us, something that's been pushing us and no one wants to feel how we felt last year so we are doing everything in our power to give ourselves the best chance to have the circumstance we want to have."

Young and company now turn their attention to next season as they try to not waste a failure from last seasons tough loss against Georgia.

If previous seasons are an indication as to what's in store, 2022 Alabama should be on the right track to get back to get back to championship contention.

Alabama will have its work cut out for them this season as they have some challenging opponents on the schedule beginning with an early season battle at Texas along with a trip to Knoxville on the third Saturday in October.

The reigning Heisman Trophy winner is also eager to improve and get better next season even after having a stellar 2021 season.

"Winning the Heisman is a obviously a huge honor, it means a lot but I also understand that it doesn't entitle me to anything," Young said.

Alabama will begin the season on September 3rd against the Utah State Aggies at 6:30 on the SEC Network.

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