Here’s a picture that’s hard to wrap your head around: Super-serious Damion Square, captain of the Alabama defense, sitting back on his couch, delighting in thoughts of the Crimson Tide’s situation as Bama prepares to go to Miami to play for the national championship.
Though Western Carolina was outmanned by No. 4 Alabama, the Crimson Tide's 49-0 romp was much-needed active recovery before another trying stretch in the SEC. Said defensive end Damion Square, "It's very important to get the W and get back on track."
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Alabama defensive end Damion Square, a native of Houston, Tx., discusses Texas A&M, which happens to be the Crimson Tide's opponent this Saturday. (al.com)
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With Alabama set to visit LSU this Saturday, Crimson Tide defensive end Damion Square thought the "younger guys" (i.e those players who weren't around for the Tide's last trip to Baton Rouge) what to expect for their first visit to Death Valley. Specifically, Square explained how to handle the fact that the players would have to run out on the field next to a cage...
This week Crimson Tide players were asked what the Alabama-Tennessee rivalry means to them. The best answer came from native Texan Damion Square: "It’s grown on me and now I’m just like anybody that’s been an Alabama fan for 60 years.”
Damion Square and the Alabama defense have held opponents to a grand total of 21 total points through four games, 2nd nationally with a 5.25 points average. Normally a defensive end in the 3-4 scheme, he has shown the strength and versatility to move inside on pass rushing situations. The Houston native was available for comments at the Monday press conference.