Alabama just sent out a release with a decision on JaMychal Green. He’s back in.
He’ll be available for Saturday’s game against Auburn after serving what turned out to be a one-game suspension. It didn’t sound like a decision was going to be made tonight, but apparently nothing is set in stone.
Now it’s time to rewrite the story I had for tomorrow to reflect this change.
The mystery of JaMychal Green is still without resolution Friday afternoon. A spokesman said his status for Saturday’s Auburn game is still undetermined and doesn’t expect a decision before game day.
As you’ll remember, the second-leading scorer was suspended Tuesday for an unspecified period of time for an undisclosed period of time. Yes folks, the world of college athletics can be a real cloak and dagger society full of codes and secrets.
You can read more about this situation in Saturday’s paper. But for now, go enjoy this weather.
JaMychal Green became the latest Alabama basketball player suspended when Anthony Grant gave him the extended breather Tuesday.
The former McDonald’s All-American and his 14.8 points per game will be missed Wednesday night at South Carolina when the Tide look to break the streak of seven losses in eight games. No reasons were given for the suspension other than unspecified rules violation. But that’s hardly news.
There is no word if Senario Hillman will be back Wednesday after being suspended for Saturday’s loss to Ole Miss. Grant didn’t give a timetable for his return after the game.
Anthony Brock was also suspended for the second and third games of the season. Who is next? Stay tuned for all the excitement.
Alabama media relations just dropped off a release announcing reinstatement of Crimson Tide basketball player Anthony Brock. The senior was suspended for what turns out to be a two-game span.
Coach Anthony Grant said Brock “met the requirements” set out to end the suspension that was announced just minutes before Alabama’s second game against Jackson State.
“I am remorseful that my actions led down any teammates, coaches and the University of Alabama,” Brock said in the release. “However, I am grateful for the opportunity that Coach Grant has given me to rejoin my teammates and represent the Crimson Tide.”
Brock started the season-opening loss to Cornell and scored 15 points.