By Andrew Gribble/Tuscaloosa Bureau, Mobile Press-Register, Birmingham News, and The Huntsville Times
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- Nick Saban didn't have many negative things to say after Alabama's first scrimmage of the postseason, but he did mention a few unfinished offensive possessions from the first-team offense.
In today's round of interviews, quarterback AJ McCarron acknowledged that it "took a minute" for the Alabama offense to find its rhythm because of the stop-start nature of a simulated game.
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