The Alabama Crimson Tide completed its 13th practice Tuesday as its makes the final push toward its annual A-Day game. J.P. Wilson said the team has come together this spring: “We have worked really hard the past few weeks,” Wilson said following Tuesday’s practice. “We are excited about the game and I think we have come together as a team. It’s all about being disciplined, coming together as a unit and having accountability at each position.”
The Tide practices Thursday as its final tune-up before A-Day.
Helping victims at A-Day
The United Way and the University are working together to help aid disaster victims. 38 donation points will be setup around the stadium Saturday.
And this A-Day should draw a record crowd. Projections put the economic impact of this year’s A-Day game at $10-15 million. The hyperbole surrounding this year’s game is high; take for instance this column.