White 25, Crimson 7; Fourth Quarter

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama will wrap up the spring this afternoon with the 2022 A-Day Game at Bryant-Denny Stadium. The scrimmage will begin at 2 pm CT on SEC Network+.

The format for today’s scrimmage is similar to a normal game with a few minor variations, primarily regarding the game clock. The scrimmage will consist of four 15-minute quarters with a running clock. The clock will be stopped only after scoring plays, penalties and changes of possession. Regular clock rules will be used during the final four minutes of each half, which will also be 2-minute with teams having to try to score. Halftime will be 12 minutes long.

Players in black jerseys (quarterbacks and injured players) tag off and are not live. The kickoffs and kick returns are tag-off, as well, with the ball spotted at the 30-yard line. No rush on punts, which must be fair caught, and there will be no rush/middle push on field goal attempts.

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The team just arrived at BDS, and safety DeMarcco Hellams is wearing a black, no-contact jersey.

Players not dressed out for today’s A-Day Game: OL James Brockermeyer, WR Ja’Corey Brooks, OL Darrian Dalcourt and LB Keanu Koht. Brooks has a boot on his right foot.

— Crimson wins the toss and elects to receive the opening kickoff.


— Jahmyr Gibbs and Jermain Burton back deep to return the opening kickoff for the Crimson team.

— First live play of the afternoon is a pass from Bryce Young to Jermaine Burton for a 22-yard gain to the Crimson 47.

— Will Anderson recovers a fumbled snap, and the White team will take over at the Crimson 42-yard line.

— Jamarion Miller is stopped short of the sticks on 3rd and 1, but the White elected to go for it. Miller bounces outside and picks up the first down.

FIELD GOAL: White 3, Crimson 0 (7:03)

— Jack Martin boots a 22-yarder through the uprights.

— Henry To’o To’o stops Jahmyr Gibbs short of the line to gain on 3rd and 1, and James Burnip will come out to punt for the White team.

— Kristian Story picks off a deep shot from Jalen Milroe, and the Crimson team will take over at its own 24-yard line.

— Bryce Young looks deep for TE Cameron Latu, but Jordan Battle intercepts the pass. White team takes over at the Crimson 45.


FIELD GOAL: White 6, Crimson 0 (11:53)

— Jack Martin boots a 40-yarder through the uprights.

TOUCHDOWN: White 13, Crimson 0 (8:50)

— Jalen Milroe hits Christian Leary for a 52-yard score.

— White defense up to four sacks now with Will Anderson and Jamil Burroughs responsible for two each.

— Ty Simpson has the White offense down to the Crimson 22 with 1:19 left until halftime. White team calls the first timeout of the afternoon.

FIELD GOAL: White 16, Crimson 0 (0:23)

— Jack Martin boots a 24-yarder through the uprights.

— No halftime as rain is moving into Tuscaloosa. The White team will get the ball to start the third quarter.


FIELD GOAL: White 19, Crimson 0 (8:26)

— Will Reichard boots a 40-yarder through the uprights.

TOUCHDOWN: White 19, Crimson 7 (7:54)

— Jahmyr Gibbs gets the Crimson team on the board with a 75-yard rushing score.

Tommy Brockermeyer is now in at left tackle for the Crimson team. Rest of the OL remains the same.

— Nice play by Khyree Jackson, but Jermaine Burton wasn’t looking for the ball. Crimson team will punt.


— Jalen Milroe with the second-longest run of the day (18 yards) to move the White team down to the Crimson’s 32-yard line.

FIELD GOAL: White 22, Crimson 7 (10:15)

— Will Reichard boots a 44-yarder through the uprights.

— Dallas Turner records his first sack of the game and the White team’s fifth to force a turnover on downs.

FIELD GOAL: White 25, Crimson 7 (1:54)

— Will Reichard boots a 42-yarder through the uprights.

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