Three Alabama players barred from campus following assaults

Dr. Saturday

Three of the four University of Alabama players involved in the assaults and robberies from earlier this week have been barred from the Alabama campus.

Eddie Williams, Tyler Hayes and D.J. Pettway were all present during the two robberies and not allowed back on campus until the university completes a judicial review. The review should be completed late next week.

According to court records, Williams and Hayes admitted to the crimes.

Brent Calloway, who was charged with fraudulent use of a credit card, was not barred from campus, but coach Nick Saban has indefinitely suspended all four players.

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Depending on how all of this shakes out, it appears Saban will have no choice but to take action against at least three of the players. Even if the judicial review allows the three players to come back to campus, this still reflects poorly on the football program and examples need to be made.

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