The way most of our defensive backs defend passes has bugged me for years. Usually, when the ball is passed, our guys 95% of the time have their back turned and just do the "Hold both hands up while keeping their back turned on the ball" defense. That results in pass interference most of the time. Trevon Diggs was the last CB I remember that turned around to try and make a play on the ball consistently. Is it really hard to turn around and make a play on the ball, or is that just how Saban teaches to defend passes? I would think if the defensive back sees the receiver turn their head for the ball, they would do the same, but that's not the case the majority of the time.