NCAA suspends Alabama running back 4 games

(AP)

(AP)

Today when addressing the media, Nick Saban said that Crimson Tide running back Bo Scarbrough has been suspended four games by the NCAA. Saban said he didn’t know what the details of what Scarbrough did to warrant the suspension.

From 247Sports’ Charlie Potter:

Scarbrough tore his ACL in April, but was trying to make his way on to the field by the start of the season.

A class of 2014 five-star recruit, Scarbrough took a redshirt last season. He’ll be eligible to return for the Tide’s game against Georgia in Athens on Oct. 3.

Correction: Scarbrough did not redshirt in 2014.

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