Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
The is reporting that Alabama defensive back Tony Brown is expected to have his NCAA suspension reduced from six games to four.

The junior's suspension stems from something that happened leading up to the Tide's Cotton Bowl matchup against Michigan State in late December.

A former five-star recruit, Brown was a valuable contributor on special teams as a sophomore last season while also contributing as a reserve on defense. Brown was named one of Alabama's special teams players of the week four times.
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sonuvapitcher95 months
Sadly, the lesson he has probably learned is - I need to hang with Cam when I'ma break the law.
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Mulerider95 months
Tony Bust Brown. One of the least impactful 5 stars in a long time at Bama. To bad he didn't do whatever he did with Cam. He would never miss a game.
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JakeFromStateFarm95 months
If he was a better football player, Saban would've gotten that suspension lifted already.
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DoubleDown95 months
So none of us know what he did and half of the responses want bama to be on probation or kick the kid off the team or bama is full of crooked cronies. Amazing.
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Tiger198896 months
Thank the former LSU AD and Nicky buddy. Compare this to Roger G and the owner of the Ravens. All cronies!
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Vernonbrew2296 months
Hate to be a Bama hater because Nick was a consistent Aloysius attendee, but they always seem to get the benefit of all doubts. For once, I want something bad to happen to that program
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PhilipMarlowe96 months
I'll allow it.
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FleshEatingSalsa96 months
For once? Are you 10 years old?
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CCTider96 months
I'm just glad we finally have a coach who hasn't gotten caught banging his secretary.
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