Posted November 13, 2011 on alabama.scout.com
Kevin Norwood hasn’t been a big factor in Alabama’s offense this season. Going into Saturday’s game at Mississippi State he had just four catches for 30 yards. That changed in Starkville for the Mississippi native.
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