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Last week Alabama head coach Nick Saban hosted Peyton Manning and Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase for a two day visit which the Crimson Tide coach called mutually beneficial.

While visiting with Peyton and Gase, Saban got a chance to learn more about the Broncos no-huddle offensive attack. Per ESPN:
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Denver likely runs as efficient a no-huddle offense as any in the NFL. Manning, the orchestrator of the Broncos attack, threw for a league-record 55 touchdowns this past season.

Saban, for his part, has struggled some recently against no-huddle offenses. Alabama gave up a record 628 yards of offense in a 49-42 win over Texas A&M last season, and then lost in the final second to Auburn in a game that featured the Tigers running an uptempo attack that yielded 296 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.

"Since they're a no-huddle team, we had a lot of questions for them, in terms of what gives them problems and what defensive teams do that give them problems," Saban said. "That was a mutual benefit. I know it was a benefit to us. I hope it was a benefit to them as well."
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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But but...what about player safety?
Reply29 months
Saban has finally converted....Guess an old dog can learn new tricks. HUNH was gonna arrive at Bama eventually...Glad Saban is atleast trying to keep up with the Jones's
Reply29 months
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