Bama Preparing for NCAA Penalties

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By Adam Bagni

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HEY EVERYONE WELCOME INTO SPORTS… BROUGHT TO YOU BY ACADEMY SPORTS AND OUTDOORS… THE RIGHT STUFF… THE LOW PRICE EVERYDAY… WELL FOR BACK-TO-BACK BROADCASTS WE’RE LEADING OFF WITH A STORY REGARDING NC-DOUBLE A VIOLATIONS… ALABAMA’S ATHLETIC DIRECTOR MAL MOORE HAS SAID IN MULTIPLE REPORTS THAT HE’S EXPECTING TO HEAR FROM THE NC-DOUBLE A… QUOTE… RELATIVELY SOON… REGARDING FIVE FOOTBALL PLAYERS WHO OBTAINED FREE TEXTBOOKS FOR OTHER STUDENTS…///

ALABAMA IS WAITING TO FIND OUT WHAT PENALTIES THE UNIVERSITY WILL SUFFER FROM WHAT THE NC-DOUBLE A IS CLASSIFYING AS MAJOR VIOLATIONS… THE UNIVERSITY REPORTED THE VIOLATIONS AFTER UNCOVERING THEM DURING THE 2007 FOOTBALL SEASON… WHEN THE FIVE PLAYERS INVOLVED WERE SUSPENDED… ALABAMA HAS ACKNOWLEDGED THAT IT DIDN'T ADEQUATELY MONITOR ITS DISTRIBUTION OF TEXTBOOKS TO ATHLETES…///

MEANWHILE… TOM GLAVINE… WAS HOPING TO END HIS CAREER AS A MEMBER OF THE ATLANTA BRAVES… NOT GONNA HAPPEN… GLAVINE RELEASED YESTERDAY IN A RATHER SUPRISING MOVE… PARTICULARLY CONSIDERING THE FACT THAT GLAVINE HAD A STELLAR REHAB START ON TUESDAY NIGHT… THE 43-YEAR-OLD SAYS HE STILL WANTS TO PITCH… MANAGER BOBBY COX SAID CUTTING GLAVINE WAS QUOTE – THE HARDEST THING I’VE EVER BEEN THROUGH…///

AND THAT WASN’T THE ONLY MOVE MADE YESTERDAY BY THE BRAVES… THEY ALSO ACQUIRED NATE MCCLOUTH FROM THE PIRATES AND HE WAS IN THE LINE-UP TONIGHT…

(Braves Highlight)

AND THAT’LL DO IT… I’M ADAM BAGNI…. SEE YOU AGAIN TOMORROW… GUYS

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