Alabama released an official hype video on Friday afternoon and in doing so promised that a “change” was coming.
— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) July 27, 2017
The Crimson Tide probably shouldn’t change too much following a near-perfect season that ended in a 35-31 defeat to Clemson, but Nick Saban is charged with making sure that final game goes in the win column in 2017.
Alabama opens its 2017 season with a very tough test in Florida State. The matchup is likely to feature the top two preseason teams in the country.
The Tide’s battle with the Seminoles will take place on Sept. 2 in Atlanta, Georgia. Until then, Saban and Alabama will be trying to “Outwork Yesterday.”