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Alabama suspends Xzavier Dickson, Alvin Kamara for Sugar Bowl

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Alabama has suspended linebacker Xzavier Dickson and freshman tailback Alvin Kamara. Alabama has suspended linebacker Xzavier Dickson and freshman tailback Alvin Kamara.

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama has suspended linebacker Xzavier Dickson and freshman tailback Alvin Kamara.

Coach Nick Saban announced Thursday that neither would play for the third-ranked Crimson Tide in the Sugar Bowl against No. 11 Oklahoma on Jan. 2. Saban didn't disclose a reason for the suspensions.

Dickson is a backup linebacker. He has played in 12 games and has 13 tackles, plus two stops for a loss and a sack.

Kamara hasn't played this season.

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