MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - For the college football Goliath that is number one Alabama, there are no weaknesses top to bottom on the roster, right?
"Weakness" may be unfair to say, but the Tide's offensive line is certainly unproven.
A group which in 2012 boasted talent like Foley's D.J. Fluker, Chance Warmack, and Rimington Trophy recipient center Barrett Jones now has only one senior.
All three of those aforementioned men are currently on NFL rosters.
The new group was a question mark heading into the 35-10 win over Virginia Tech in week one, and remains a major concern for Tide fans as Bama heads to Kyle Field to take on sixth-ranking Texas A&M.
They are: junior left tackle Cyrus Kouandjio, junior left guard Arie Kouandjio (Cyrus' older brother), sophomore center Ryan Kelly, and senior right guard Anthony Steen and junior right tackle Austin Shepherd.
Quarterback A.J. McCarron of Mobile talked to the media about the group, saying they'll play a crucial role in the College Station showdown.
“You’re going to have growing pains," McCarron said. "I think the biggest thing is to stay calm and keep progressing. Make sure communication is the number one key for us, because it’s going to have to be for us to be successful this year."
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