TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Alabama fans might have to wait awhile to hear coach Nick Saban's comments on the arrest of three of his football players outside a bar in Tuscaloosa.
School officials aren't commenting on the case. And they say Saban might not address the arrests before the Southeastern Conference media days, which are next week in Birmingham.
Police say three Crimson Tide football players were arrested on misdemeanor charges over the weekend in front of a bar in Tuscaloosa after being asked to leave.
Defensive end Brandon Deaderick, outside linebacker Brandon Fanney and tailback Roy Upchurch are all free on bond.
All three players are likely to complete for playing time this fall.
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