Editor's note: TideNation will use this week to look at the four major positions on the football field and how their outlook has changed after spring practice.
Here are five observations from Alabama's spring scrimmage on Saturday.
The White team defeated the Crimson team 27-14 in the 2015 Golden Flake A-Day Game.
Alabama coach Nick Saban spoke about his quarterbacks and how they will get better based on their experince heading into the fall.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley returns to his alma mater for the Tide's spring game.
Alabama men's basketball coach Avery Johnson talks expectations and goals for his team.
Paul Finebaum and Joe Tessitore discuss the offense and defense of Alabama football.
Nick Saban believes that Alabama lost the killer instinct that it had during its national championship seasons of 2011 and 2012.
The SEC's nonconference scheduling as a whole is falling behind the nonconference scheduling of schools in the other Power 5 conferences.
Paul Finebaum asks KC Joyner why he believes Alabama will not win the SEC football title.
There will be a lot of eyes on Alabama when it holds its spring game on Saturday. To get you ready, we came up with our top five things to watch.
College Football Playoff selection committee member Condoleezza Rice and Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said they believe that four teams is the right number in the college football payoff.
Alabama cornerback Cyrus Jones shined last season while playing through a torn labrum in his hip.
The ESPN Sport Science team compares the top two receivers in the NFL draft. The "Sport Science Combine Special" airs April 27 at 7 p.m. on ESPN2.
Paul Finebaum talks with ESPN's Tony Barnhart about which SEC East team will dominate.
Paul Finebaum asks Chris Low which SEC teams will be successful and who will fill quarterback positions.