Alabama's White, Hart out for year with knee injuries

The Sports Xchange
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Alabama wide receiver DeAndrew White and running back Dee Hart are done for the year with knee injuries, reported Monday.
Both had surgery after sustaining the injuries during Saturday's 33-14 victory over Mississippi.
That makes five Alabama players who are out for the season with serious injuries.
White, a sophomore, went down after making a catch in the first quarter and was helped off the field and carted to the locker room. He was on crutches and not in uniform when he returned to the Alabama sideline in the second quarter.
White has eight catches for 105 yards with two touchdowns this season.
Hart was injured after catching a punt in the fourth quarter. He was able to jog to the sideline after getting helped up, but later headed to the locker room.
Hart also missed his freshman season last year due to a knee injury a month before preseason camp began.
Hart has 21 carries for 88 yards and two catches for 18 yards in five games. He also returned four punts for 50 yards.
Freshman wide receiver Chris Black (shoulder), junior safety Jarrick Williams (knee) and junior fullback Jalston Fowler (knee) are also out for the season.

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