On a slow news day when Alabama students (including football players) return to classes, here’s a look at what’s in print today.
The main story involves the arrest of a cab driver who sold the drugs that eventually killed Tide offensive lineman Aaron Douglas’ in May. Here’s what Nick Saban said about Tuesday’s development:
“Nothing can erase the pain of what happened with Aaron. It was tough on our team when you lose a comrade and lose someone that’s a part of your team. Certainly I think that at least now the person who did the wrongdoing is being held accountable for it, which is a positive thing. But nothing can really make that wrong right.
“It is good that maybe this person will be convicted and not be able to do this type of stuff to other young people. I’m hopeful that we can crack down on all that in all areas so we wouldn’t have that type of problem in our country with young people.”
Read the rest of the story to see why the family of the arrested cab driver made headlines in the past.
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