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Shaun Dion Hamilton out for season for No. 2 Alabama

Shaun Dion Hamilton out for season for No. 2 Alabama”

Alabama also saw backup linebacker Mack Wilson carted off the field with a foot injury during the win over LSU.

Starting middle linebacker Shaun Dion Hamilton will be out for the remainder of the year while he recovers from knee surgery after getting injured against LSU. They underwent surgery Sunday. Hamilton also suffered a season-ending injury at the end of the 2016 season. To this point in the season, Hamilton was second on the team with 40 tackles and third in tackles for loss with 5.5.

During his weekly media press conference Monday, Saban gave an update on player injuries. Saban said on a radio appearance last week that both are "doing extremely well" and left the door open for a return this season - again, more likely in a playoff scenario. Outside linebackers Terrell Lewis and Christian Miller both suffered potential season-ending injuries Week 1 against Florida State.

True freshman linebacker Dylan Moses is one of the players who will see increased playing time.

"Yes, he will have to step up", Saban said.

Now 9-0, the second-ranked Crimson Tide will face No. 16 Mississippi State (7-2) on the road next Saturday.



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