Tide's Castille says He's "learned a lot" From Arrest

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Alabama's Simeon Castille said last night that he has "learned a lot" from his arrest last weekend.

The All-SEC cornerback met with reporters for less than five minutes after practice before heading off to an evening class, The Huntsville Times reported.

Reporters were only allowed to ask football-realted questions.

But Castille said he has learned about being responsible and about how people see him. He said also learned he needs to be more careful about where he is and what he's doing since he's in the spotlight.

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  • by phoebeh Location: dothan on Aug 24, 2007 at 05:37 PM
    what vick did was wrong.but to put him in prison is going a little to far.let him work at the humane shelkler.the young man doesn,t need any help messing up his life.i say give a hand up.believe me he known,s what he did was wrong.and has found out what true friend,s are.sometimes pushing someone down is the wrong move.i think he will grow up and be a man .let,s help him.
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