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Bama putting "Negative Plays" behind them

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TUSCALOOSA, AL -

Nick Saban was very clear in saying he believes Bama did not get off to a slow start against Kentucky.

The Crimson Tide moved the ball quite well early against the Wildcats, but some costly drops, along with a fumble each from T.J. Yeldon and Kenyan Drake made life difficult for Bama.

One of Saban's favorite sayings is you have to put negative plays behind you and move on.

Have Saban's players gotten better at doing that during their time in Tuscaloosa?

Players like Vinnie Sunseri and Kevin Norwood both agreed they have improved in that area.

Next up for Alabama is a showdown against Arkansas in Tuscaloosa.

Will we see a repeat of last season's game? It was hard to find any negative plays for the Tide in that one. Bama forced five turnovers, crushing the Razorbacks, 52-0 in Fayetteville.

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