• Two Alabama Players Sent Home Before BCS Title Game

    by FootBasket on Saturday, January 5, 2013

    in Culture, NCAA, NCAAF


    It looks like Miami’s nightlife has taken two more victims. Okay, maybe that’s a little dramatic but come on.

    Alabama head coach Nick Saban is known for his rough and harsh style of coaching at times. This time is no different. Coach Saban has sent home two players for breaking curfew, just three days before the BCS National Championship game against No. 1 ranked Notre Dame.

    The suspended players are freshman linebackers Ryan Anderson and Dillon Lee, according to AL.com. Both were not expected to see much of the field for the Crimson Tide in the title game.

    Anderson has yet to see the field this season and will more than likely redshirt the season. Lee played in eight games, mostly during kickoff coverage. He saw the most action during their opening game against Michigan, where he came away with an interception.

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