The Alabama Crimson Tide competed in its annual spring A-Day game on Saturday to culminate the 2022 spring practice season. Team White and the Alabama first team defense defeated Team Crimson and the Alabama first team offense 25-7 to earn bragging rights and ensure the defense would be eating like kings at the annual A-Day dinner.

The head coach and commissioner of the A-Day game Nick Saban is serious about the rules, beans and weenies for the losers, and nice steak dinner for the victors.

Check out Saban denying Team Crimson members Cameron Latu and Malachi Moore

Perhaps Dallas Turner was trying to be nice to Moore and Latu as their dinners were a bit mundane, or perhaps the defensive end was showing off the spoils of victory as Turner and the outside backers were pivotal to Team White's victory.

Turner led Team White with three sacks on the afternoon, his fellow edge rushers Will Anderson and Chris Braswell chipped in with two a piece as well totaling seven of Team White's 10 total sacks on the day.

While dinner may have been different for Team White and Team Crimson the entire team came together to receive championship rings from the 2021 season. Alabama won the SEC Championship and the Cotton Bowl in 2021.

If you were on the winning team, would you feel bad for the losers eating such a simple meal?

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