On his show “McElroy and Cubelic in the Morning” on WJOX radio in Birmingham, former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy, who was the analyst for the Alabama-Tennessee game on ESPN, talked about what the Crimson Tide need to address during their off week.

“Defensively alignment, there were some typo alignment stuff that has hurt them at times this year like this past Saturday in the secondary,” he said. “Tennessee did a great job taking advantage of those things.”

McElory said he could see that at times there was some confusion on the Alabama defense, which needs to be address. McElroy also said he would a look at making changes on the offensive line as well.

“I would open the competition on the right side of the offensive line,” he said. “Freshmen might be more prepared to step into to a role.”

McElroy continued to say that the Tide offense needs to spread the ball around more and identify other wide receivers on the team besides Jameson Williams and John Metchie. He also would like to see more of running back Trey Sanders.

Alabama will face LSU on Nov. 6.