Found December 14, 2012 on Throw The Flag:
The SEC released a statement saying that no suspensions will be made resulting from the SEC Championship Game that would result in any suspensions in the BCS National Championship Game. Quinton Dial had a controversial hit on Aaron Murray that probably should have resulted in at least a penalty after an interception. According to Bama Hammer, the SEC released this statement: The Southeastern Conference has completed its review of video from the 2012 SEC Football Championship Game. Several plays involving both teams were reviewed. After review, all subsequent action will be handled internally by the two institutions and the conference office is satisfied with their actions. Not good news for Notre Dame. Alabama will be at full strength for you.
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