In its first week back at practice, Alabama is focusing solely on itself and getting back to the…
Milliner Expects Challenge From Irish
That has been the case for junior Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner, a consensus first team All-America performer in 2012. Milliner, 6-1, 200, was overlooked in preseason assessments of the Crimson Tide, which emphasized players who had been lost from the secondary – Mark Barron, Dre Kirkpatrick, DeQuan Menzie. But Milliner was no rookie. The Millbrook native had started 11 games at cornerback as a freshman in 2010 and was the number one nickel in 2011, starting 11 games. He had turned in 82 tackles, caused a fumble, broken up 16 passes, and made four interceptions which he had returned for 72 yards, including a 35-yard interception return for a touchdown that sealed a 42-14 victory over Auburn in 2011. It didn't take long for Milliner to remind everyone of his talents. In Bama's season-opening 41-14 win over Michigan, Milliner was selected as the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week...
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