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Taking A Look Behind Vlachos
William Vlachos has been one of the top centers in college football the past two years, starting as a sophomore on the undefeated 2009 Alabama national championship team and on last year's 10-3 Crimson Tide. He is preparing for his final A-Day Game on Saturday and for his last season in 2011. "I'm kind of excited about the A-Day Game because I didn't play in it last year," said the 6-1, 294-pounder from Mountain Brook. Vlachos was injured last spring. Vlachos considers the spring game to be "a great opportunity for us to put together a perfect scrimmage. We've improved in both scrimmages and this is an opportunity for everybody to get to play, everybody to improve on the things they've been coached to do this spring. It's going to be exciting." The A-Day Game will begin at 2 p.m. Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Vlachos has had an opportunity to work with the quarterback candidates on almost every snap of spring practice. He said there is no difference between sophomore A.J...
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