The Alabama Crimson Tide's spring season officially came to a close last weekend with the A-Day game in Bryant-Denny Stadium. The White team emerged victorious over the Crimson team 13-10, therefore, per tradition the White team got to celebrate by eating a steak dinner while the Crimson team was relegated to hotdogs and beans.
Three things are certain in life - death, taxes, and a consistent stream of incredibly talented Alabama receivers. This statement was reinforced on Saturday when “number 17” for the “Crimson Team” was outrunning everybody during the annual A-Day game.
The Alabama running back group is lead by senior, Brian Robinson who did not participate this A-Day. However, The white team was lead by Roydell Williams who had 12 carries for 43 yards and 4 catches for 65 yards. Crimson team saw Jase McClellan shine out the backfield as well with 12 carries 46 yards and 7 catches for 62 yards.
The Alabama Crimson Tide takes part in its A-Day Spring Game as a culmination of spring practice. The first team offense will be paired with the second team defense to face the first team defense and the second team offense. Which side will leave Bryant-Denny Stadium victorious on Saturday...