Miller Forristall Leads More Experienced Tight End Room for Alabama in 2020

Elwanda Tulloch

Like everyone else in the University of Alabama football program, tight end Miller Forristall is prepping for a season full of unknowns, but the redshirt senior is certainly taking advantage of his final year at the Capstone, and enjoying every moment along the way.

“No one’s senior year has ever been like this,” Forristall said during his media availability via Zoom on Tuesday afternoon. “Not Coach [Nick Saban], definitely not us, I’ve been alive for 22 years. There’s people who have been alive a lot longer than I have and haven’t seen anything like this. This has been nothing like [I envisioned]. I mean no spring ball. No class. We’re at home all this time. We’re in Zoom meetings. 

“I think you can kind of applaud our coaches and the university for how they’ve handled this, with so much uncertainly. Whether it be: are we going to play, what we’re

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Football’s return to Alabama comes with hope and worry

Elwanda Tulloch

We’re less than two weeks away from college football in Alabama, and happiness and worry are competing in my brain to see which emotion can drain me of energy first.

This must be what it felt like for Missouri’s players after learning their two additional SEC opponents this season are Alabama and LSU. We all might be ground into bone dust, but isn’t this great?!

Take a deep breath, Alabama. (If you can do it without coughing.) The fortnight of truth is here. High school football games started on Thursday night (without testing!), and a full slate of games are scheduled for Friday. It looks like some (but not all) of the college football season might actually happen, too.

Be safe, everyone. Keep that mask above your nose. Don’t sit near the band, and maybe skip the line for concessions.

Isn’t it exhausting stuff having a love affair with sports

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