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Headlinin’: Neither torn ACL nor meniscus kept Josh Chapman from Alabama’s defensive lineup

Making the morning rounds. • Well, "debilitating knee injury" is all in the mind. Alabama defensive lineman Josh Chapman started seven of the Crimson Tide's last eight games in 2011 on a torn ACL and meniscus in his left knee, effectively anchoring the best run defense in the nation on one leg. Chapman initially injured the knee against Florida, but remained in the...
Via Dr. Saturday
January 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Bama rides home on peace after win

Alabama's late-night ride home didn't suddenly turn into a party bus after the ranks of college football's unbeatens thinned out. Noseguard Josh Chapman is a little fuzzy on the details of how the third-ranked Crimson Tide reacted upon learning that Stanford and Boise State both lost. "I know I kind of dozed off on the bus," Chapman said, "so I really...
Via Fox Sports South
November 14, 2011  |  Discuss
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