For the first time in nearly three decades, it appears the University of Alabama will once again square off against the Miami Hurricanes. Alabama is in negotiations with Miami to play in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in 2021 in the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, The Tuscaloosa News has learned. The two teams last met in the 1993 Sugar Bowl to conclude the 1992 season when No. 2 Alabama handed No. 1 Miami a 34-13 defeat to win the national championship.
Da’Shawn Hand was asleep in his parked car and not driving at the time of arrest, The Tuscaloosa News has learned. The University of Alabama defensive lineman was arrested early Saturday morning for driving under the influence and held on a $1,000 bond. According to Alabama state law, Hand was deemed to be in “constructive possession” of the vehicle, and although he wasn’t driving and the vehicle was parked, the keys being in the car was the determinant that triggered the arrest.
Senior Alabama defensive lineman Da’Shawn Hand was arrested early Saturday morning on changes of driving under the influence. He is being held on a $1,000 bondHand is expected to be a valuable member of Alabama’s defensive line this year. He came to Alabama as the top prep player in the country. As a junior he played in all 15 games, recording 21 tackles, including 11 tackles for loss and two sacks. More info to come…Reach Aaron Suttles at Aaron@tidesports.com or at 205-722-0229.
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