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Multiple sources are reporting that UAB will likely reinstate the football program in the near future just six months after the team was shut down. Per ESPN:

Only six months after president Ray Watts announced that football would be terminated, the school has decided to reinstate the program. The move comes after an overwhelming public outcry, a strong showing of monetary support and a new school-commissioned study examining the financial ramifications of supporting the three programs.
Justin Craft, a former UAB football player and chair of the UAB Athletics Assessment Task Force said the goal is for the football team to return to the field in 2016.
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Saban is not going to be happy about this...

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