Posted January 11, 2013 on alabama.scout.com
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Three Alabama juniors (in football eligibility) made what Crimson Tide Coach Nick Saban called “a business decision” Friday. And although it means Bama loses three good players who might have returned to try for a third consecutive national championship, Saban said he supported the decisions of the three to enter this year’s National Football League draft.
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