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Alabama starting defensive end LaBryan Ray suffered a foot/ankle injury vs. South Carolina on Saturday that could keep him sidelined for the remainder of the season.

Ray had surgery on this same ankle/foot over the summer. Per AL.com:
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Preseason All-SEC defensive end LaBryan Ray, who left Saturday’s game against South Carolina with a foot/ankle injury, has what’s feared to be a long-term and possibly season-ending injury, according to sources.
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Hate it for the kid. Love that Alabama will be short a man tho. Their run stop game is already leaky. About to get worse. Sorry Bama.
Reply20 months
it will matter against UGA and Clemson.. No coach O.. and his mighty zeros. You have a better chance of not flooding next hurricane than beating the tide.
20 months
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