College Football Star Appears To Accuse Alabama Of Breaking NCAA Rules

first_imgnick saban getting criticized for end of half decision vs. georgiaATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 01: Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks on before the 2018 SEC Championship Game against the Georgia Bulldogs at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on December 1, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)An outgoing college football star wide receiver appears to have accused Alabama of breaking NCAA rules at practice.Clemson football star Hunter Renfrow appeared to take a jab at the Crimson Tide when discussing the program Dabo Swinney has built.The quote comes from an article posted by Sports Illustrated.Dabo and Nick have built their juggernauts in different ways and now #Bama & #Clemson are rooted in one of the most intense championship-fueled rivalries in the sport’s history.And this Hunter Renfrow quote is… well…. https://t.co/3pt7trggSe pic.twitter.com/23QbfrEFc1— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) January 10, 2019From SI.com:“Coach Swinney has built it on fun, and obviously Coach Saban has built it on a process,” Renfrow said. “I’m just so proud of being at a place like Clemson, where I feel like we’ve done it the right way. If we’re supposed to have only five guys on the field as coaches, we’re making sure we have five. We’re not doing it the wrong way and we’re having fun doing it.” (You can be the judge on whether that was a subtle jab at Saban and his organization.)Basically, Renfrow appears to be alleging that Alabama has broken NCAA rules at practice.That’s what an Alabama reporter thinks, anyway.“He’s essentially accusing Alabama of breaking NCAA rules on a daily basis at practice,” Aaron Suttles tweeted.He’s essentially accusing Alabama of breaking NCAA rules on a daily basis at practice. https://t.co/XCs9e1Lfw1— Aaron Suttles (@AaronSuttles) January 10, 2019The Alabama-Clemson rivalry isn’t going away anytime soon.last_img

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