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Alabama head coach Nick Saban announced Monday that starting cornerback Trevon Diggs is out indefinitely after suffering a broken fit against Arkansas this past weekend. Per AL.com:
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Starting cornerback Trevon Diggs suffered a broken foot against Arkansas on Saturday and is out indefinitely, Nick Saban announced Monday.

Saban first learned about the injury on Sunday.

It's a big loss for the Crimson Tide.

In his first season as a starter, Diggs had been establishing himself as one of the SEC's top cornerbacks. Through six games, the junior has 20 tackles, an interception and a team-high six pass breakups.
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Bama drops two before season ends. Karma U
Reply2 months
We are now missing 6 defensive starters. Sound familiar? It's beginning to rear it's head. Sabans gonna coach his arse off till we get through this and get some back.
Reply2 months
wont hurt.. everytime i see dude he's getting burned
Reply2 months
Okay, so if he is the best on the team and is burned often, as you attest, what will the backup look like?
2 months
Correction: best available at the position on the team
2 months
I hate this. Dude is tall and long - something Saban wants now at CB. Hope he gets well soon.
Reply2 months
As long as it's not Tua, we're still on for the 'Ship! RMFT!!!
Reply2 months
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