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per ESPN.com...

Alabama is in the midst of monitoring the appeal for Kennedy Winston to be eligible after getting his release from his national letter of intent at Cal. Cal coach Ben Braun forwarded a supporting letter, in light of Winston's decision to stay in Alabama due to his mother's illness. If Winston doesn't get a waiver from the NLI then he would have to sit out this coming season and lose a year of eligibility. If he does get a waiver then he's eligible in the fall to play as a freshman.

Meanwhile, Alabama is expecting Rod Grizzard to at least test the draft process. The junior forward has flirted with the idea with the coaching staff and it's only a matter of time before he puts his name into the draft. SEC player of the year, forward Erwin Dudley, isn't expected to declare.

Point Maurice Williams is only thinking about getting stronger and working on strengthening his body, according to Alabama coach Mark Gottfried. He said Williams has been committed to coming back stronger ever since the season ended. Williams will have a marquee matchup against Texas point T.J. Ford in the Coaches vs. Cancer Cl***ic in New York in early November.
04-30-2002 09:56 PM
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RE: 'Bama appealing Winston's eligibility
I wonder if Classic is still censored.
10-20-2009 06:35 PM
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