John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
AL.com is reporting that Alabama defensive linemen Brandon Ivory and Jarran Reed and linebacker Tim Williams have all been suspended for violation of team rules. Coach Nick Saban announced the news after practice on Friday.
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None of the players were present at Friday's morning practice, which primarily featured veterans. Saban said they can work themselves back onto the team but did not provide a timetable.

"Our focus is here, we have a lot of good players, a lot of good people, in our program, a lot of guys that really do a lot of good things on and off the field," Saban said. "We're certainly focused on those guys that we have here to develop them to be the best players that they can be, because they've demonstrated they're willing to do the things they need to do and football is important enough to them to do the things they need to do to have a chance to be successful."
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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9 Comments
Do we know what these guys did?
Reply38 months
Of course Nick suspends players. He's not that bad of a disciplinarian guys.
Reply38 months
looks like little nicky is getting the best
Reply38 months
So Saban stole "the best player in Louisiana", Tim Williams away from Miles. Then he had to suspend him. Maybe Les is crazy like a fox.
Reply38 months
Suspension: college football's version of "giving them a timeout."
Reply38 months
Go figure....at least lil nicky did the right thing....hooligans I tell ya!
Reply38 months
so Bama actually disciplines players? go figure.
Reply38 months
processed.
Reply38 months
that last sentence kind sounds like a Miles quote
Reply38 months
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