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RE: On the 4th and inches…
(11-27-2021 11:25 PM)BAMANBLAZERFAN Wrote:  In today's Yron Bowl game, Bama faced four problems of "fourth and inches" and Coach Saban went for it all four times. Results? Zero for four. If you run into FBHC Clark and want to fuss about his choice , he may quote that statistic to you. It isn't as easy as it looks.

And he still did it 4 times didn’t he.

Why? Because he appreciated all that was at stake more than just that particular game.
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11-27-2021 11:50 PM
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RE: On the 4th and inches…
(11-23-2021 01:11 PM)BlazinBham Wrote:  We don’t prepare on a lot of things. Returning punts, 4th and inches, 3rd and medium, 2 minute drills, snap counts, Discipline away from ball or after play blown dead, play call signals, crowd noise, 2nd half adjustments. Who has something else to add?

Sounds like the Iron Bowl.
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