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Josh Chapman Sees Much Good At Bama

Josh Chapman has spent a lot of time in a tough place at Alabama. The upcoming senior nose tackle was back-up to All-America Terrence Cody for a couple of years before taking over as the starter last year. His final spring practice is coming to an end with Saturday's A-Day Game.

Josh Chapman, a 6-1, 310-pounder from Hoover, isn't resting on any laurels. "There ae still things I can improve," he said following Tuesday's practice. Alabama will work again Thursday, then have its spring game at 2 p.m. CDT Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Chapman said he wants to be able to endure better and do a better job on pass rush, which has been a Nick Saban emphasis this spring...

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