John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
AL.com is reporting that Alabama starting left tackle Cam Robinson has been cleared to play and could possibly start on Saturday night against LSU.
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"Doc gave him an examination yesterday after practice and cleared him to play in the game," Saban said on his Thursday-night radio show. "He practiced the whole time today."

No. 5 Alabama heads to LSU to face Robinson's home-state school at 7 p.m. Saturday. Saban didn't go so far as to say Robinson would start, but said it was still a possibility.
Robinson choose to attend Alabama over LSU as top rated high school prospect from Monroe, LA. The freshman lineman caught some flack for taking his talents out of state and on Thursday night he tweeted this:
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What hasn't he forgotten? The first class treatment he received from LSU on his visits to Baton Rouge?
Reply77 months
We havent forgotten either .. Tigerbait...
Reply77 months
These high profile pussies care too much what the people of Louisiana think about them. Mental midgets.
Reply77 months
He hasn't forgotten anything? LOL, pretty sure there will be a 100k in Baton Rouge taking it personal because they haven't forgotten as well.
Reply77 months
Over and under on his false start penalties for this game?
Reply77 months
Will he be 100%?
Reply77 months
Tigerbait, and a large meal at that.
Reply77 months
Have fun working in Alabama after your short career
Reply77 months
The person calling folks from La trash - he needs to open his eyes and look around his state.
Reply77 months
Lol. That backup must really suck.
Reply77 months
Haven't forgotten anything like this?LINK
Reply77 months
Guess they found a bra to fit him
Reply77 months
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