Tua Tagovailoa continues to be a full participant in the media viewing period, continuing the streak from Monday and Tuesday. Saban is adamant Tagovailoa remains a game-time decision, repeating such on the SEC teleconference Wednesday morning.

In the drills during the media viewing period, Tagovailoa executed the footwork for a playaction pass and made a pocket move or two before releasing the ball.

– The cast on the left hand of linebacker Ale Kaho has gotten smaller. Earlier in the week his cast was covering his wrist, but in Wednesday’s practice it was just protection over his hand. Kaho also had the non-contact black jersey taken off of him earlier in the week.

– UA Director of Athletics Greg Byrne was taking in Wednesday’s practice.

– The status of LaBryan Ray has been a topic of intrigue lately, so I thought I would address it here. At the time of his injury, Saban said Ray would be out for at least six weeks, a timeline that coincided with this game. But that six-week timeline that seems to have stuck with the fan base was the most optimistic of outcomes.

“I’m not saying he’s going to be back playing in six weeks, I’m just saying I know it will be six weeks before we can even start back to things,” Saban said at the time.