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Feedback continues to be very good regarding Alabama's new offensive coordinator

 A reporter at the Manning Passing Academy in late June wanted to know about Alabama's offense and whether Jalen Hurts expects any big changes under a new offensive coordinator. The problem? The reporter was apparently under the impression that Steve Sarkisian was still the Crimson Tide's offensive coordinator and asked Hurts, "Do you expect anything different under Sarkisian this year or pretty much all the same?" Alabama's sophomore quarterback paused for a moment before politely correcting the reporter , "Well ... our offensive coordinator's from the Patriots, Coach Daboll." While the one reporter may not be familiar with Daboll, the feedback continues to be very good regarding Alabama's new offensive coordinator, who was hired in February after Sarkisian left for the Atlanta Falcons. "Brian Daboll has done a really, really good job as offensive coordinator," Tide coach Nick Saban said last week at SEC Media Days. "The players have really responded to him well. He's got a great personality. I think he's exactly what we were looking for in terms of helping us re-develop a pro-style passing attack that would go with the athleticism and some of the spread elements that we use with Jalen and our other quarterbacks. (That) has helped us tremendously, I think." Daboll, who has been an offensive coordinator and quarterback coach in the NFL, has helped Hurts grow as a passer while also working to install a system that's expected to be more pro-style than what Alabama ran the last three years under Lane Kiffin. "A lot of that stuff is similar to what the Patriots do up there and Tom Brady, and we'll mix our systems and go from there," Hurts told reporters at the Manning Passing Academy . Star wide receiver Calvin Ridley was less forthcoming last week when asked about the offense and what to expect under Daboll, though he did say, "I really do like what we're doing." Like Ridley, standout defensive Minkah Fitzpatrick didn't want to divulge anything about specific changes made to the offense. The junior did, however, say, "It is different. It's definitely better and improving."