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Tide players excited about A-Day

Scott is a weapon for this team reversing field position for the defense. (Source: WAFF) Scott is a weapon for this team reversing field position for the defense. (Source: WAFF)
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WAFF) -

Who will start as quarterback and running back are the hottest two question marks for fans as Alabama prepares for their A-Day game.

One answer for the Tide this season, comes from punter JK Scott. Scott is a weapon for this team reversing field position for the defense. Scott recalls his first A-Day game, as a recruit, which made his decision pretty easy to play for Alabama.

“That was the first game I actually went to,” Scott recalled Tuesday. “Didn't end up going to any games my senior year, but when I went to A-Day, I was like, dang, If this is what A-Day is like, I can't even imagine what a game is like. So I thought that was pretty cool when I was a recruit.”

The 2016 Alabama A-Day game kicks off at 2 p.m. at Bryant-Denny Stadium. The game will be shown on ESPN.

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