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Alabama-Western Carolina 3 things worth talking about, mini grades

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Injuries

Starters Amari Cooper (bruised knee), Cam Robinson (sprained ankle), A’Shawn Robinson (sprained ankle), Jalston Fowler (shoulder), Brian Vogler (stretched knee ligaments) and key reserves ArDarius Stewart (stretched knee ligaments) and Reuben Foster (shoulder) all got dinged up Saturday. 291 more words

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Game preview: No. 1 Alabama vs. Western Carolina

FOUR DOWN TERRITORY

1 Get it over quickly: There’s no surprise here. Alabama is expected to blow out the Catamounts. If the Crimson Tide struggles, there’s something wrong. 628 more words

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Tide wide receiver Stewart primed for a big game

TUSCALOOSA – ArDarius Stewart is the next guy in line for the deep Alabama receivers.

Stewart, a freshman from Fultondale, was used significantly last Saturday against Mississippi State when starter… 756 more words

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Notebook: Cooper named Biletnikoff semifinalists

TUSCALOOSA – Alabama football player Amari Cooper was named one of 10 semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award that goes annually to the nation’s top receiver. 469 more words

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Alabama-Mississippi State 3 things worth talking about, mini grades

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Nick Perry

After missing most of last season due to a shoulder injury, Perry has come back and played solid this season. 355 more words

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Alabama notebook: Yeldon is ‘OK’

TUSCALOOSA – Alabama coach Nick Saban said running back T.J. Yeldon is “OK” and only has a “little ankle sprain.”

“He’ll probably be a little bit slowed the first couple of days this week, but hopefully we’ll get him going later in the week and he’ll be OK,” Saban said during his Monday news conference. 1,002 more words

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Sims holds Alabama offense together against LSU

BATON ROUGE, La. – Blake Sims took another step in maturity Saturday night.

The senior quarterback struggled throughout the night against LSU, but delivered when it mattered. 787 more words

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