Information wants to be free.

This is what you get when you try to put a hold on bad news.

University of Alabama defensive back Tony Brown is facing an indefinite suspension from the NCAA, The Tuscaloosa News has learned.

The university has appealed and is awaiting a decision.

UA coach Nick Saban acknowledged Brown was “facing suspensions” during the veteran coach’s introductory spring press conference in March.

“When I get the final data on that I’ll definitely let you know,” Saban said.

I guess we’ll find out together.

If only Nick had more than three days to respond to a FOIA request… oh, wait.


Filed under Nick Saban Rules, The NCAA

10 responses to “Information wants to be free.

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    The link is worth a read. Lotta back story.


  2. I suspect that if he were not very talented on the field, he would have been processed by now.

    If the NCAA is involved, would could it be? Taking extra befits (selling signatures, jersey’s stuff) or Steroids are the two that have stunted us most frequently through the recent years.


  3. At least Kirby can say “Wait for 90 days, but in the meantime shut close your mouth due to privacy issues, or you can ask the coke machine”, LOL.



    I am not sure if anything regarding players suspensions etc. should be for public consumption myself.


  5. Aladawg

    In 90 days we’ll find out that Kirby is recruiting Tony Brown as a transfer………..