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No Answer Yet To Quarterback Question

A staple of Southeastern Conference Media Days is the oddity of reporters interviewing reporters. One who has gray hair seems to be a particular target, and so I have been a part of that curious interviewee position for several years. And I knew going in to expect the "Who is going to be the quarterback?" question.

Most reporters know that Alabama Coach Nick Saban doesn't have to have a number one quarterback when the Crimson Tide begins practice on August 5. When I got the question, my answer was that I didn't know, that it wouldn't surprise me if A.J. McCarron, a third year sophomore who has no meaningful experience, got the job. Nor would it surprise me if Phillip Sims, a redshirt freshman who has been...

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