Three members of the Alabama football team, including the first left-wing sentry Deonte Brown, will not play in the Orange Bowl, according to one source. The three players had not traveled to Florida because of a violation of team rules.
The biggest news will be the loss of Brown, a 6-foot-4 and 344-pound security guard who cleared the way for a crime that ranked nationwide number two nationwide at 47.9 points per game was. In Alabama's matchup with no. 4 Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl is the point of attack as the biggest advantage of the Crimson Tide.
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