Alabama head coach Nick Saban watches a drill during a Peach Bowl NCAA college football practice in Atlanta, Wed., Dec. 28, 2016. Alabama and Washington will face off in the Peach Bowl football game Saturday.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban watches a drill during a Peach Bowl NCAA college football practice in Atlanta, Wed., Dec. 28, 2016. Alabama and Washington will face off in the Peach Bowl football game Saturday. David Goldman AP
Alabama head coach Nick Saban watches a drill during a Peach Bowl NCAA college football practice in Atlanta, Wed., Dec. 28, 2016. Alabama and Washington will face off in the Peach Bowl football game Saturday. David Goldman AP
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