One week after completely holding out on providing statistics from its first fall scrimmage, Alabama coach Nick Saban gave a brief look at what the media and general public weren’t able to see from the Crimson Tide's second fall scrimmage Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

As is usually the custom in the midst of a quarterback competition, numbers from the team’s signal callers were not released, nor were any other statistics for the second straight scrimmage. But Saban dropped a few figures -- number of passes, carries and catches -- as he spoke during his post-scrimmage press conference.

Alabama only allows the media to watch the scrimmage warmups before shepherding reporters inside the stadium until Saban comes to speak immediately afterward. Red Elephant Club – Alabama football’s booster organization – members are the only non-football personnel permitted to watch the scrimmage.

Alabama plays Wisconsin in its season opener in Arlington, Texas on Sept. 5. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. on ABC. The Crimson Tide has off-days Sunday and Monday before returning to practice Tuesday.

Passing

Cooper Bateman: 27 passes

Jake Coker: 26 passes

Alec Morris: 21 passes

Blake Barnett: 11 passes

David Cornwell: N/A

Rushing

Damien Harris: 14 carries

Derrick Henry: 8 carries

Kenyan Drake: 6 carries

Receiving

ArDarius Stewart: 8 catches

Defense

Two defensive touchdowns

Special Teams

Adam Griffith: 1-for-2 (made 52 or 53-yard field goal, missed 52-yard field goal)

Note: All of the listed stats came directly from Saban's mouth. No stat sheet was given.