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Just two months after transferring to Iowa from Alabama, Kadyn Proctor is expected to re-enter the transfer portal and return to the Crimson Tide. Per

The five-star prospect started all 14 games for the Crimson Tide last season at left tackle, a departure for Nick Saban in what would be his final year as a coach. Proctor gutted through early-season struggles and improved through conference play, helping the Tide capture a Southeastern Conference championship. He entered the portal and quickly transferred to Iowa following Saban’s retirement.

Now, two months later, Proctor told On3 that he will enter the portal once it opens on April 15. Reports from 247Sports already link Proctor back to the Crimson Tide. If Proctor returns to Bryant-Denny Stadium, one day after A-Day, it’ll be a major boost to UA’s projected offensive line and signal a massive win for Kalen DeBoer, Chris Kapilovic and Alabama’s new coaching staff.
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RECConspiracy1 month
Y'all bitches who can't take the truth that Saban gave y'all...Enjoy!!!
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AlabamaVol1 month
This is the same shite Saban was crying about, but yet they will welcome him back with open arms. So either this kid wasn’t going to start at Iowa, or Bama has offered him a deal that is under the table to return. Either way, there was ILLEGAL tampering committed by Bama.
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TouchdownTony1 month
Stop whining. everything was fine with the portal last week. Bama was just whining. Oh, I see. The unregulated portal is only a good thing when it hurts Bama.
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RTRcdub1 month
It’s going to take crap like this for any meaningful change.
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AUbagman1 month
Or a coach that tells them to pound sand and publicize why they did it.
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jbird71 month
This sport has turned into a joke.
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chRxis1 month
this is some absolute, 1000%, egregious bullshite....
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