Alabama's Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has been suspended indefinitely.
The suspension is for a violation of team rules and coach Nick Saban refused to define the reason for the suspension.
"Look guys, I'm going to be consistent," Saban said. "When guys get suspended, I never ever say what it's for, alright. So, I'm not going there so don't ask me. That's the way it always happens with every guy. If they do right, they wouldn't be getting suspended.
"I don't know how long this will be, so don't ask me that either."
Landon Collins and Geno Smith will fill in for Clinton-Dix, who had five interceptions last year. This season he has 24 tackles.
According to Al.com, Clinton-Dix is the fourth Alabama player to serve a team suspension this season. Running back TJ Yeldon was suspended for a quarter against Colorado State after he made gestures mocking Johnny Manziel during Alabama's game against Texas A&M.
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