By Aaron Suttles and Ben Jones
University of Alabama head baseball coach Greg Goff has been relieved of his duties, The Tuscaloosa News has learned.The Tuscaloosa News previously reported that Goff attempted to reduce or revoke scholarships for up to 10 players in violation of NCAA rules during their exit interviews earlier this week.Players who are still on campus were called to a 1 p.m. meeting to receive the news.
University of Alabama baseball coach Greg Goff informed up to 10 players their scholarships would not be renewed, a violation of NCAA rules, The Tuscaloosa News has learned. According to NCAA bylaw 126.96.36.199, institutions cannot revoke or reduce a scholarship because of an athlete’s ability, performance, physical or mental condition.
VIDEOHere’s the full transcript of Nick Saban’s time with the media on Saturday after Alabama’s first spring scrimmage at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Quarterback Jalen Hurts threw four touchdowns, Calvin Ridley caught eight passes and Saban discussed where the defense stands midway through spring. Opening Statement“I thought there were a lot of good things out there today for the first scrimmage.
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