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Wednesday Practice Report: First day of classes bring expanded Tide roster

Alabama's roster grew to 105 on Wednesday as classes begin at the Capstone (Courtesy: Athletic Media Relations)

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Alabama went to work for two hours in full pads at the Thomas-Drew Practice Facility on Wednesday afternoon as it continues to prepare for its season opener on September 3, against Kent State.

“I am pumped up about the first game,” senior tight end Brad said. “It is something we have all looked forward to. We are done beating up on each other and are ready to get after somebody else.”

With Wednesday being the first day of classes on the campus, the will now settle into its daily routine that will be carried out throughout the season. In addition, the Crimson added 25 to its roster, expanding from the 105 allotted during training camp.

“It has been a good fall camp,” added. “I think we have really matured as an offense. A lot of people have stepped up and started making plays. I feel good about where we are at now. From the first practice to now is a different offense. We just need to keep being explosive and making plays down the field. If we do that, we are going to be successful.”

returns to the field on Thursday, as it will hold eight more practices prior to its first game.

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